Time To Hold Back Military Drills And Listen To What North Korea Has To Say

Now that North Korea has shown willingness to hold talks with the United States and engage itself in the international matters, it would be a nice gesture if a similar response is shown from the other side. For a country which has remained in isolation for decades and continued with its defence programs without paying any heed to international reactions, this is a significant move.

What North Korea may or may agree to during the talks is altogether a different issue, but it has agreed to come out of a shell and that is something which needs to be appreciated. All efforts must be made to ensure that talks are held and North Korea is allowed to put forth its views.

So, given the situation, the military exercise which the US and South Korea are planning hold in the Korean peninsula next month can wait. If North Korea wants to engage in a meaningful dialogue, even the US and South Korea must show keenness on their part. Read More…

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