ASEAN: Embrace North Korea as dialogue partner
The inter-Korean summit in April was nothing short of significant. Kim Jong-un became the first North Korean leader to set foot in the South, North and South Korea agreed to work toward a peace agreement to formally end the Korean War and both have also agreed to (eventually) rid the peninsula of nuclear weapons.
Indeed, the summit was more symbolic than full of detailed subst...
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