August 09, 2020

What to make of North Korea’s repeated rejections of South Korea?
Experts weigh in on the increasingly-dim prospects for inter-Korean talks

Start-again, stop-again. That seems to be the repeating mantra of inter-Korean affairs.

Despite being unabashedly in favor of inter-Korean engagement, it took over six months following Moon Jae-in becoming President of South Korea in May 2017 for North Korea to become interested in considering engagement with his government.