The Six Party Talks Again?

My name is Daniel. I was an English teacher in Seoul, South Korea, and now I am a writer who has
published three books including South Korea: Our Story by Daniel Nardini.
                    On the campaign trail, front-runner Moon Jae-in has proposed that South Korea should
along with China help to restart the six way party talks on not only trying to get North Korea to give up its
nuclear weapons but also for the whole of the Korean peninsula to become a nuclear-free zone. Such an
idea, while noble, has sadly been tried and has long since failed. We have to face the fact that North Korea
will not give up its nuclear weapons. The talks, which included the United States, South Korea, North Korea,
China, Russia and Japan, may have been a nice try back in the early and middle 2000’s, but sadly we are
passed that point. North Korea’s nuclear weapons program is too well developed right now, and they will
not turn back. It is little more than an stalling tactic to put in more teeth biting sanctions against North Korea. 
Another problem with the whole idea is that so much money, resources and technology was given to
North Korea which gave back nothing in return. Does anyone think that the U.S. government will give
more free goodies for North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons which it will simply not do? Have we
learned nothing from what happened before?