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* Date : 2019-10-01
The needle is moving once again on the Korean Peninsula and its peace process, following South Korea President Moon Jae-in's attendance of the UN General Assembly and his summit with U.S. President Donald Trump. President Moon visited New York City on a 3-night, 5-day schedule from September 22 to 26, where he attended the UN General Assembly. During his keynote speech, Moon outlined his three principles regarding the North Korean nuclear issue, while proposing to transform the DMZ into an international zone of peace. He also held a summit with President Trump, the ninth time he has done so since taking office. Following an hour-long discussion between the two leaders, the presidential Blue House announced that it was optimistic about North Korea's willingness to return to dialogue, rekindling hopes of new progress in the long-stalled nuclear talks with Pyeongyang. In this week's edition of 'Foreign Correspondents', we sit down with our panel of journalists to get their forecast on the future of Korean Peninsula affairs.
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