Can Abe and Moon shake off the burden of wartime wrongs, to tackle the present danger of North Korea?


Par Benoit Hardy Chartrand
South China Morning Post

South Korea’s new progressive president, Moon Jae-in, has come to power at a delicate time as the country struggles with a sluggish economy, high tensions with North Korea and frayed ties with China, its top trading partner.

Though relations between Pyongyang and Beijing top Seoul’s foreign policy agenda, Moon has made improved ties with Japan a key objective. But obstacles remain to sustainable reconciliation.

Le 28 juin 2017
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