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Fri, September 22, 2023 | 01:59
Let's help North Korea become 'normal state'
The historic inter-Korean summit has created a silver lining for the nuclear standoff on the Korean Peninsula.
Inter-Korean summit, 'clear victory' for the South
The historic inter-Korean summit carries huge significance as it has allowed South Korea to act as a go-between for the U.S. and North Korea, according to Balbina Hwang, a former senior adviser to the U.S. State Department, Sunday.
Has Kim Jong-un changed?
Have North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and his regime changed? Or is it just part of clever tricks to polish his image and earn sanctions relief?
Trump to play hardball with Kim on nukes
U.S. President Donald Trump will try to play hardball with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un over denuclearization at the upcoming summit, William Brown, a Washington-based North Korea expert, said Tuesday.
Korea seeks to upgrade 'hallyu'
SINGAPORE _ South Korea has stepped up its efforts to upgrade “hallyu,” or the Korean wave, beyond K-pop and K-dramas, by promoting its traditional music and indigenous musicals abroad.
Good start but short on details
Hopes for lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula are greater than ever following the historic inter-Korean summit between President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Friday.
'Summit lends hope for peace in Korea'
The historic inter-Korean summit was a meaningful first step toward a lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula, James D. Bindenagel, a Germany-based international security expert said, Sunday.
Kim Jong-un aims to 'polish international image'
SINGAPORE - North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will use the upcoming inter-Korean summit as an opportunity to rebuild his image to the outside world, according to a Singapore-based expert on North Korea, Wednesday.
S&P, Moody's cautious over Korea's rating hike
SINGAPORE _ Global credit ratings agencies said signing a peace treaty to officially end the Korean War won't immediately lead to a change in their sovereign ratings for South Korea.
'Reduce NK threat before signing peace treaty'
President Moon Jae-in should seek ways to reduce the military threat posed by North Korea before signing a peace treaty, said Tara O, an adjunct fellow at the Pacific Forum CSIS, Tuesday.She urged Moon to raise this issue at his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to be held at the border village of Panmunjeom, Friday.
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