Why has Moon Jae-in’s government been unable to realize peace on the Korean Peninsula? To find the answer we must look to the United States.
[T]he GSOMIA increased the deterrence power of both the Japanese-American and South Korean-American alliances, of which the U.S. is the pivot.
The gradual ending of [military] exercises ... has turned the U.S.-South Korea alliance into a mere 'paper alliance.'
[T]he excessive demands made by Trump ... may ... jeopardize the relationship between the U.S. and Korea.
At the U.S.-Japan summit in Washington on April 26, the two leaders of the U.S. and Japan discussed South Korea’s passive response to cooperation with the U.S. and Japan, according to a Japanese government source yesterday. Earlier on April 11, the Korea-U.S. summit was held at the White House. After talking with [Read more]
The beginning of Korea’s diplomatic normalization must be the firm restoration of liberal democracy and the free market.
Both sides must not forget that cooperation between the two countries is necessary to solve the North Korean nuclear issue.