Can Korea be reunified in peace?

Although there have been advances toward a peaceful reunification of Korea from time to time since the War of the 1950’s, the most significant step forward came in the beginning of 2018 with the joint participation in the Olympic Games of PyeongChang.

Since then, as indicated by the many CPNN articles on the right, progress has continued toward a peaceful reunification.

Here are the CPNN articles on this subject:

Give peace a chance, says South Korean cardinal

The peace process on the Korean Peninsula must go on

Over 250 prominent women leaders call on President Trump and Chairman Kim to end the Korean War

Korea: PyeongChang Global Peace Forum Calls on Leaders at DPRK-US Summit

UNESCO proposes concrete projects to implement inter-Korean reconciliation

North and South Korea to hold third peace summit in Pyongyang

South Korea reactions after Trump-Kim summit

Singapore Agreement Breaks ‘Last Remaining Cold War Legacy’ – S Korean President

Toward a Truly Indigenous Peace in the Korean Peninsula

Rain or Shine: Dispatch from South Korea

“Our Dreams Are Coming True”: Peace Activists Celebrate as Korean Leaders Vow to Officially End War

(Olympics) Top organizer says ‘world became one’ during PyeongChang Winter Olympics

UN chief in Pyeongchang; Olympic message of peace is universal, beacon for human solidarity, culture of peace

S.Korea receives DPRK’s list of 5-member delegation for high-level talks

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