January 12, 2013

Seeking a New Path with North Korea

Korea Times, Korea Times

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This week, two events involving North Korea occurred amid signs of change in the impoverished country. One was a visit by a Chinese special envoy to President-elect Park Geun-hye and the other was a trip to the North by a group of Americans led by former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson. And the results from the two events appear to be positive.

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