May 27, 2024
Analysis

What would a peace treaty really change regionally and beyond?

Experts assess the pros and cons of an official end to the Korean War

It does not take much to sign a peace treaty: you need two people from two countries at war, a neutral place to gather, a firm table, a piece of paper, and a pen. But in a world entrapped in complex global politics, this simple act requires a whole lot more.

In this second part of a series, NK News asks experts what impact a peace treaty would have on East Asia - and beyond. You can read part one here.

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