Home World ASIA With Biden in office, South Korea shouldn't be the US and North...

With Biden in office, South Korea shouldn’t be the US and North Korea’s mediator


With Biden in office, South Korea shouldn’t be the US and North Korea’s mediator

Seductive to some, the idea of South Korea as a go-between is deeply flawed

The following article is a column by Aidan Foster-Carter, an honorary senior research fellow in Sociology and Modern Korea at Leeds University in England.With a new U.S. President taking the helm soon (thank God), what role should Seoul play? Specifically, can South Korea help the Biden administration hook up with Pyongyang?Yes, says Moon Chung-in. President Moon Jae-in’s special adviser made his case at a forum in Seoul on Nov. 25. Having “few channels to directly communicate with the new U.S. government … It would be easier for Pyongyang to talk to Seoul to connect with Washington,” he

The following article is a column by Aidan Foster-Carter, an honorary senior research fellow in Sociology and Modern Korea at Leeds University in England.




Source link

Must Read

Global Law and Business Podcast – Hector Correa (Mexico)

Listen HERE or stream on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Stitcher, or Soundcloud! At Harris Bricken, we keep close tabs on what is...

CDT Weekly, May 21-June 18

One animal more equal than others; Li Wenliang’s Wailing Wall; June 4 and Hong Kong; sexual assault and power; nationalism and fake news Welcome...

Exporting Products from the United States

If you are an American company exporting products without an IC-DISC, you are probably overpaying...

Victoria’s Secret Angels Are No More As The Brand Attempts To Overhaul Its Image

The era of the Victoria’s Secret Angels is officially over: The lingerie company announced this week that it is overhauling its branding going...

Amazon’s Greatest Weapon Against Unions: Worker Turnover

Chris Smalls made a lot of friends in his first year working at an Amazon warehouse in 2015. But within a matter of...