Vice Chair of APLN Moon Chung-In explains how US and ROK talks went following a visit from US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and the Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin.
HANKYOREH - “If the human rights issue is put at the forefront, there’s a big risk that negotiations with North Korea will break down."
APLN Vice-Chair Chung-in Moon discussed priorities for the United States as it is currently reviewing its North Korea policy.
SIPRI - Dr. Manpreet Sethi describes the critical nuclear challenges impacting South Asia and what measures can be taken to address nuclear risks.
In his third interview with The Asia Times, Prof Moon shares his thoughts on DPRK's regime survival throughout the years and the pandemic.
In a second interview with the Asia Times, APLN Vice Chair Chung-in Moon discussed leader Kim Jong-un's intentions for nuclear disarmament, the challenges of US-DPRK relations, and more.
Chung-in Moon interviewed with The Asia Times to discusses his experiences as the only South Korean to have attended every one of the presidential-level inter-Korean summits.
An expert plenary session on approaches and campaigns towards abolishing nuclear weapons and preventing nuclear war.
KBS - APLN Vice Chair Moon Chung-in discussed the future of the Korean Peninsula in a Biden Era with former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Song Min-soon in a debate.
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.