If all hell breaks loose in the Middle East, there will be repercussions for us (South Korea).
We need to see North Korea as it is without any preconceived ideas.
It is quite unfortunate that the White House showed explicit discomfort toward the South Korean government’s proposal for a South-North military dialogue. On July 17, White House press secretary Sean Spicer replied to a request to offer an opinion on the issue by stating that the question should be asked of the South [Read more]
In a series of interviews with the U.S. media including CBS and The Washington Post, President Moon Jae In revealed his strategy for approaching North Korea to solve the North Korean nuclear issue. He presented a step-by-step approach utilizing sanctions and dialogue, to first end North Korea’s nuclear and missile [Read more]
Outrage has flooded in from the Democrats, civilian groups, and citizens on social networks who are condemning North Korea.
Upon being asked about the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system during a radio interview on May 17, the newly elected floor leader of the liberal Minjoo Party of Korea, Woo Won-shik, answered, “We have to look into issues including the possibility of sending back THAAD, if it has not properly undergone domestic [Read more]
The political atmosphere in the U.S. is currently in turmoil with new scandals blooming every morning.
President Donald Trump sent President Moon Jae-in an official invitation to attend a South Korea-U.S. summit, which is soon to be held. It was long awaited in a time when the international atmosphere is far from cordial.
South Korea is currently experiencing diplomatic complications that not only concern North Korea [Read more]