Wang Son-taek is diplomatic correspondent for South Korea’s YTN news network and one of the country’s leading journalists on North Korea and diplomatic affairs.
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Recent moves are fine-tuned to pressure the South while stopping short of aggravating the U.S.
The young leader's emphasis on the economy over nuclear development could be risky
With diplomacy back on track, the South Korean President has a crucial role to play
Ahead of Osaka G20 summit with the U.S., China is back in the diplomatic game
Reaction to rumors of palace intrigue was firmly divided along partisan lines
From Seoul's duplicity to politically-naive advisers, the DPRK leader has plenty to be upset about
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