How UN Security Council sanctions will affect, but not thwart, a new Sunshine Policy
President Moon has a number of safe options he can take to pursue engagement
There is a lot of speculation about whether UN sanctions will prevent President Moon from fully pursuing a new Sunshine Policy, but while they do narrow some of his options, he still has plenty of opportunities for new engagement. Here is why.
Sanctions affect one of the three main principles of the Sunshine Policy: inter-Korean cooperation
The Sunshine Policy is based on three principles, and it is policies flowing from the third principle that are particularly relevant to sanctions: the principle of expanding inter-Korean cooperation.
Not all types of inter-Korean cooperation are necessarily
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