South Korea longs for Trump’s focus as efforts to engage Pyongyang stall
APLN Vice Chair Chung-in Moon was featured in an article by the Financial Times discussing the current Biden Administration in relation to South Korea.
“The American position is one of stable management, and the Korean government is losing patience,” said Moon Chung-in, chair of the Sejong Institute think-tank and a former special adviser to President Moon. “We have been urging the American government to send some positive signals; it is very natural for North Korea not to respond to empty proposals.”
This article was posted on the Financial Times on October 14 2021. You can read the full article here (paywall).
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