What to make of renewed inter-Korean talks
Pyongyang and Seoul achieved an easy win early on, but more contentious discussions lie ahead
At a meeting on Tuesday, North and South Korea agreed to send a DPRK delegation to the Olympics – a widely expected outcome. In addition, the two Koreas agreed to conduct future talks between military authorities and to engage further on a broad range of issues of mutual concern.
Following an extended period of tension surrounding North Korea, the possibility of a reduction in tension will be welcome to many observers.
But although one may expect the atmosphere on the Korean peninsula to calm, until at least the end of the Olympics, the question of whether
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