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New ROK leader may help untie peninsula's Gordian knot

China Daily | Updated: 2017-05-11 07:40

Almost all of a sudden, the apparently imminent danger of a military showdown on the Korean Peninsula seems to have evaporated into thin air.

A government delegation from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea talked with American political experts in Oslo, Norway, on Monday through Tuesday.

Then on Wednesday, the freshly elected Moon Jae-in, who advocates engagement with Pyongyang, was sworn in as the new president of the Republic of Korea.

New ROK leader may help untie peninsula's Gordian knot

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