Imjingak, near the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), in the Republic of Korea; April 24, 2018. Located just over four miles from the DMZ, Imjingak is home to “The Bridge of Freedom”; where 12,773 Korean Prisoners of War were returned in 1953. (DoD Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. James K. McCann)
Washington Post Reports on New QI Korean Peace Games Brief

Washington Post

With North Korea talks stalled, some wonder: What if we tried something different?

February 14, 2022

By Michelle Ye Hee Lee

…The research was conducted by analysts from the U.S. Institute of Peace, the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft (which advocates for military restraint), and the South Korean think tank Sejong Institute, whose leadership is allied with Moon…

The writers presented takeaways they hope will give new perspectives — including scenarios in which U.S. and North Korean “negotiators” were more willing to find areas of agreement and make concessions after they received instructions from their respective leaders to “seek, as best they could, to reach a final, comprehensive peace settlement.

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