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North Korea’s ‘Signs of Crisis’ and the Entrance Strategy of the Peace Process on the Korean Peninsula

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Author Cho, Han-Bum
Publish Date / Page 2021-07-15 / 10 p.
Series No. CO 21-20(E)
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Recently, North Korea censured officials at the extended Politburo meeting, saying that a ‘grand event’ occurred due to state emergency prevention issues. However, the essence of the problem is related to structural issues, such as the economic crisis, food shortages, and slackened discipline in ideology. It is reasonable to assume that North Korea uses emergency prevention issues as a pretext to pass the buck for policy failure and scapegoat executive officials. Although it is positive that both sides―the U.S. and North Korea―seek dialogues, North Korea policy of the U.S. lacks details and North Korea potentially faces the worsening of the crisis. The task at hand is to come up with an entrance strategy of the peace process on the Korean Peninsula to establish the denuclearization-peace regime and secure the sustainability of the development of inter-Korean relations.