September 27, 2022

Why North Korea’s cold-shouldering the South is unfair – and unwise

Kim Jong Un will likely regret biting the hand that fed, and led

On April 27, a few days from now, a most peculiar show is set to be staged at Panmunjom.

The date may ring a bell. Yes, it’s the anniversary of last year’s North-South summit: the first of three meetings in six months between the DPRK’s hereditary leader Kim Jong Un and South Korea’s elected President Moon Jae-in. What an amazing occasion, raising so many hopes.