Artists of Peace,
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean PresidentMoon Jae-in agreed Friday to finally end a seven-decade war this year, and signed a declaration to pursue the “complete denuclearization” of the Korean Peninsula, although they did not announce any concrete steps to dismantle the North’s nuclear programs. The two leaders embraced after signing the deal during a historic meeting on their shared border, the first time a North Korean leader has set foot on the southern side. They announced plans to formally declare a resolution to the war and replace 1953 armistice that ended open hostilities into a peace treaty by year’s end.
China does not want Korea to become Germany the way East Germany became a threat to Russia. Both China and the US can see the business potential for "developing" North Korea, and both want to own that business. The Western Empire is particularly hungry and grasping right now, but will China be able to follow the way of the Tao? It looks like the "two" Koreas need to pull this off so fast that they maintain control of the narrative.
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