Tag: Kim Jong-un

The DPRK’s News Report on The Recent Kim-Trump Meeting is Not Only Accurate But Highly Instructive

After being conditioned to think of both South Korea and the United States as the “imperial savage aggressors”, it would clearly be a challenge for DPRK media directors to shift this narrative in order to prepare the people for the eventuality of peace and partnership with Seoul and Washington. Beyond […]

The DPRK Focuses on Internal Development While Motoring The International Situation

Even prior to the commencing of the current peace process, Kim Jong-un has defined his leadership through a willingness to actively encourage internal economic reform. While from an outside perspective, Kim’s reforms may appear to be small in nature, his pursuit of early stage economic reforms offer an unambiguous view […]

Seoul is Correct in Calling For 3-Way Talks Between The DPRK, USA and South Korea

South Korea’s Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha has proposed holding trilateral peace talks with the DPRK and USA in order to foster continued progress in the Korean peace process and to likewise avoid the possibility of stagnation after the recent DPRK-US Summit in Hanoi concluded without any concrete agreements being made. […]