Moon knocks on Biden’s door — and this time, he has a real chance to coax the US
South Korea's president is already canvassing for a full-speed-ahead approach to inter-Korean relations
President-elect Joe Biden still hasn’t been inaugurated into the White House, but South Korean President Moon Jae-in is no doubt already knocking on his door, canvassing in favor of inter-Korean engagement and reconciliation.
Truth be told, inter-Korean relations are far better now than they were a few years ago — despite the fact that North Korea blew up the joint liaison office in June.
According to the Moon administration and South Korean liberals at large, inter-Korean reconciliation is a long-term process that will go well beyond the mandate of the current president. This explains why
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- 05A newly-declassified document underscores Trump’s North Korea failures
- 06Party Congress: What Biden should expect from North Korea going forward
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- 08Full recap: North Korea reshuffles key leadership roles at Eighth Party Congress