Tag: Moon Jae-in

Moscow to Host Historic Trilateral Talks Between DPRK, Chinese and Russian Governments as North Korea Opens its Economy to The World

While the Sino-Soviet Split of 1961 tended to divide the loyalties of most leftist governments between the Soviet Union and The People’s Republic of China, the DPRK (North Korea) managed to retain healthy relations with both superpowers, which incidentally both shared border with the DPRK.  Even before the Sino-Soviet split, […]

Peace Prevails in Pyongyang Summit as Korean Leaders Take Destiny Into Their Own Hands

The leaders of both Korean states, Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in have signed a joint statement in Pyongyang. The statement represents the most specific agreement to-date within the context of the ongoing Korean peace process. In the joint statement, Kim and Moon resolved to work cooperatively to accomplish the following: […]