Is Unification a Jackpot?

Yoon Pyung-joong
February 2014
Korea Focus;Feb2014, p1
The article presents the author's perspectives on the challenging task that need to be conducted for reunification of North and South Korea. He mentions that Seoul need to take advantage of the peace approaches made by Pyongyang, which should mend its relations with the South amid chilled relations with Beijing after the execution of pro-Chinese leader Jang Song-thaek. He states that South Korea need to strengthen its own capabilities to confront the weapons of mass destruction of North Korea.


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