Last resort? Suing for peace on the Korean peninsula | NK News
July 22, 2024
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Last resort? Suing for peace on the Korean peninsula

Considering the North's decades-old demand could be a path to stability, experts suggest

North Korea’s latest nuclear escapade leaves the U.S. with one option that might appear as abject concession, if not surrender, to the DPRK's demands.

What about if the U.S. were to sue for peace – that is to say: "at last we’d like to discuss your demand for a 'peace treaty' marking the formal conclusion of the Korean War?"

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