Christopher Green in Calgary Sun about North Korea's friendly gesture
As South Korean president Moon Jae-in prepares to leave office, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has thanked him for trying to improve relations. Assistant Professor Christopher Green explains in the Calgary Sun what impact North Korea's gesture of goodwill might have.
Green says the gesture is unlikely to have a positive impact on Moon's reputation. It could portray Moon as ‘a deluded peacenik who, after all the weapons tests North Korea has conducted in the last eight months, is still writing convivial letters to Kim,’ Green said.
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