June 04, 2020

Halfway through his presidency, Moon must rethink his inter-Korean strategy
The South Korean President needs a new way to engage the North to recover in the polls, even if it risks U.S. reprisal

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It seems like only yesterday that South Korean President Moon Jae-in was shortlisted for TIME magazine’s person of the year. Having arguably averted a nuclear crisis on the Korean peninsula, few would have disputed the former human rights lawyer’s role as regional peacemaker.