Joseph H. Chung, codirecteur de l’Observatoire de l’Asie de l’Est affilié au Centre d’études sur l’intégration et la mondialisation vient de signer son dernier article « Inter-Korea Summits, US-DPRK Summit. No Peace on the Land of Morning Calm. What Is Going On ? », disponible sur le site en ligne Global Research depuis le 30 novembre 2018.
For last ten months, the world has been watching at times with hope, sometimes with doubt and often even fear. There have been three inter-Korea summits and one US-North Korea summit. But we see no peace on the Land of Morning Calm.
The Pyong-chang Olympics was marked by the warm and passionate embrace between the same people separated for seventy years. The icy ideological differences melted away. In Pyongyang, in April, the world sang with North Korean and South Korean singers : “The Spring of peace has come ; let us meet, in Seoul, in the Autumn and harvest the peace”. The Autumn had gone and the Winter has arrived. Yet, there is no peace ! Why ?