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The Report - North-South Korea Summit No. 3: What can we expect?

]]>South Korea’s president Moon Jae-In is in North Korea for the third time this year for crucial talks with Kim Jong-Un.

It’s being seen as a rescue attempt of the stalled negotiations between North Korea and the US over the north’s nuclear ambitions, with South Korea’s Moon Jae-In acting as a sort of mediator between the two.

Moon’s three-day trip to Pyongyang will be historic. It’s only the third of its kind for a sitting South Korean president, since the split of the Korean peninsula. But it’s unlikely Mr. Moon will use up the whole visit catering to the wishes of the United States, instead he’ll likely look to bolster relations with his northern neighbour.


Dr. John Nilsson-Wright

Senior Fellow, Asia-Pacific Programme, Chatham House 


Mon, 17 Sep 2018 11:00 pm

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