All Comments for Interview: Trump-Kim Talks to be 'A Very Short Meeting' if Pyongyang Won't Discuss Denuclearization

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Dorothy Ogle from Lafayette, Colorado :

When the US and the USSR divided North Korea no Koreans were consulted. They were expecting to be liberated from the Japanese and govern themselves. When the cold war mentality took over, both sides thought the peninsula could be reunited by military force. Now both sides know that the cost of war is too great. It is up to Koreans to decide if, when and how the peninsula will be reunited, but the US must stop threatening North Korea and negotiate a peace treaty where the economic and security concerns of both Koreas are addressed as well as those of the United States. In the context of denuclearization of the whole peninsula and the security of North Korea we can achieve the denuclearization of North Korea and take away the risk of war that concerns us. If the north is no longer threatened I firmly believe that the human rights situation will improve. In the past when tensions were low human rights were better on both sides. Division (no fault of Koreans) has caused terrible pain for all Koreans. It is time that the war ends so Koreans can be reconciled to their brothers and sisters.

Mar 27, 2018 11:59 AM

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