Cha Du-hyeogn is the former secretary to President Lee Myung-bak for crisis information. He now works as a visiting research fellow at the Asan Institute for Policy Studies
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Former Lee Myung-bak advisor argues Pyongyang will be quick to test the new ROK President
In this year's speech, Kim Jong Un moved away from the past with new slogans and a new vision
Seoul must be ready for Pyongyang's further 'peace offensives' with its own suggestions
Five-year economic growth plan is only possible based on confidence in national economy
Leader's latest address displays new-found independence from the legacy of his father, grandfather
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