New Foreign Affairs Committee leader will bring back conventional Korea policy
U.S. Rep. Gregory Meeks will seek consensus on North Korea and seems to be on the same page with the President-elect
Earlier this week, veteran U.S. lawmaker Gregory Meeks was selected as the next chairperson of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Meeks’ rise to one of the most powerful foreign policy positions on Capitol Hill reinforces the idea of a more conventional approach to North Korea starting in 2021.
After all, Meeks’ own track record on the Korean Peninsula is largely congruous with President-elect Joe Biden’s espoused vision for Washington’s Korea policy. In particular, Meeks’ policy background suggests that he, like Biden, wants to pursue a stronger emphasis
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