Time Is Now For Park To Follow In Ireland’s Footsteps

Regardless of ideological differences, the time is now for Koreans both North and South to start a new dialogue.
January 14th, 2013

Park Geun-hye will next month be sworn in as South Korea’s new President and will inherit one of the best performing economies in Asia and a country that is now culturally punching above its weight. While she inherits some very positive aspects of her country’s affairs from her predecessor, she also take on his debts.

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David McCann

Dr. David McCann holds a PhD in Relations between Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic from the University of Ulster.

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