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Are Tensions Thawing on the Korean Peninsula?

last modified Jan 25, 2018 11:47 AM

Chatham House webinar (Youtube link)

John Nilsson-Wright will unpack the apparent change in direction by North Korea’s leader and consider what the upcoming Olympics means for talks between the two countries. South Korea’s president Moon Jae-in has staked great political capital on securing continued talks with North Korea but at what price might this come? And, furthermore, what will continued negotiations between the two mean for America’s alliance with South Korea under Trump?

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