APLN Vice Chair Professor Chung-in Moon was featured on BBC's Newshour broadcast, which reviewed President Joe Biden's inauguration and the administration's approach to the DPRK.
In his discussion with Dong-Ah Ilbo, Prof. Moon outlines three different approaches that the Biden Administration may take towards the DPRK.
In a South China Morning Post article on middle powers, Professor Chung-in Moon's comments on ROK's relations with China amidst ongoing discussions about joining the Quad and engaging with DPRK.
In an article with UPI News, Professor Chung-in Moon argues that despite current challenges between the US and South Korea, inter-Korean relations remains an important priority.
Prof. Chung-in Moon, Unification Minister In-young Lee and Dr. Siegfried Hecker discussed on the importance of the North Korean Yongbyon nuclear complex in the North Korea's denuclearization process.
On October 16, 2020, BBC’s The Real Story podcast on “How Dangerous is North Korea?” featured Chung-in Moon and Tong Zhao.
Dr Moon Chung-in had an interview with Dr Siegfried Hecker on the importance of diplomacy in reducing tensions with North Korea.
A top adviser to South Korean President Moon Jae-in discussed the possibility of agreement either on nuclear weapons or their relationship by the year’s end between the U.S. and North Korea.
John Dale Grover, an assistant managing editor for The National Interest, interviewed Dr. Moon concerning the future of inter-Korean relations.