NK Pro briefing: Diplomacy with North Korea after the restoration of hotlines
Analysts discuss how North Korea's return to the communication lines will impact diplomacy in the coming months
More than a year after North Korea blew up the joint liaison office and cut inter-Korean communication channels, Pyongyang returned to the other end of hotlines in a notable about-face in its stance toward South Korea.
With less than a year left in South Korea’s Moon Jae-in administration and relations with North Korea appearing to thaw, what’s next in Seoul and Washington’s diplomacy with North Korea?
NK Pro conducted a special Zoom briefing call on Wednesday, Aug. 4 to assess the status quo and discuss prospects in diplomacy over the coming months.[/p
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