More likely, Washington’s behavior stems from a mix of the customary, naïve exceptionalism and the enduring power of the U. arms lobby, the Pentagon, and the other deep-state actors – all determined to thwart any lessening of tensions with either Russia or China. military budgeted to fight wars on multiple fronts simultaneously.
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If the conditions are right, I will go to Pyongyang," Moon said. But Moon and his incoming administration may be more interested in promoting political reform following the ouster of former President Park Geun-hye.
The progressive politician's statement on a more conciliatory approach to North Korea relations drew concerns from the analyst community and could generate friction with U. The corruption scandal that ended Park's presidency has subsequently dealt a blow to all her policies and in the course of his campaign Moon had promised a departure from approaches representative of the previous administration.
"I am willing to go anywhere for the peace of the Korean peninsula if needed.
I will fly immediately to Washington, I will go to Beijing and I will go to Tokyo.