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  • Two Koreas and Washington all suggest peaceful solution


    PYONGYANG, Seoul and Washington all mooted peace talks yesterday.

    South Korean President Moon Jae In said Seoul and Washington agree that the crisis over the North’s nuclear programme should “absolutely be solved peacefully,” and that no US military action on the...

    Wednesday 16th Aug 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Moon observes missile test


    SOUTH KOREAN President Moon Jae In oversaw a medium-range missile test — saying Seoul must be able to “dominate” the North before any peace talks.

    “Our people will feel proud and safe after seeing that our missile capability doesn’t trail North...

    Saturday 24th Jun 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • Moon jumps off nuclear wagon


    PRESIDENT Moon Jae In scrapped plans for new nuclear power plants yesterday, signalling a shift in decades of South Korea’s reliance on nuclear energy.

    He said that the country would move away from nuclear energy and not seek to extend the life of existing plants.

    Mr Moon...

    Tuesday 20th Jun 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • South Korea: Moon angered by arrival of weapons


    SOUTH KOREAN President Moon Jae In demanded a probe yesterday into why he wasn’t told about the arrival of additional launchers for the country’s US-supplied terminal high-altitude area defence (Thaad) missile defence system.

    President Moon vowed before taking office on May...

    Wednesday 31st May 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • South Korea - Trial: Park denies corruption charges


    IMPEACHED president Park Geun Hye denied corruption charges yesterday at the start of her trial.

    Police escorted a handcuffed Ms Park into court for her first public appearance since she was jailed on March 31 for allegations of massive corruption that led to her overthrow.

    Her...

    Wednesday 24th May 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • South Korea: Moon vows to reopen probe into Gwanju massacre


    SOUTH KOREAN President Moon Jae In vowed yesterday to reopen the probe into a 1980 massacre of pro-democracy protesters.

    Mr Moon made the pledge at an anniversary commemoration in Gwanju, where hundreds were killed in a crackdown by the military dictatorship.

    He was the first...

    Friday 19th May 2017

    posted by James Tweedie in World

  • South Korea: Moon closes one chapter of Park’s horrid history


    SOUTH KOREAN President Moon Jae In has reversed his predecessor’s decision to replace school history books with her official version.

    In 2015 impeached president Park Geun Hye’s government proposed to outlaw textbooks that it claimed were too left-leaning and encouraged...

    Saturday 13th May 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • South Korea: Moon offers China deal to ease tensions


    SOUTH KOREA’S new president offered to send a special delegation to China to difuse tensions in the region yesterday.

    During a 40-minute telephone call between President Moon Jae In and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, the two leaders discussed the military stand-off with...

    Friday 12th May 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World

  • South Korea: New president ‘willing to talk peace with the North’


    SOUTH KOREA’S new president said he was willing to talk peace with the North as he was sworn in yesterday.

    President Moon Jae In told the National Assembly: “I will quickly move to solve the crisis in national security.

    “I am willing to go anywhere for the...

    Thursday 11th May 2017

    posted by Morning Star in World


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