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The path forward for dealing with North Korea
It’s clear to me that [Trump administration officials] have no plans for what happens if the North Koreans actually do come to talks. [Ivanka Trump went to the Olympics] equipped with the talking points, but not what to do to finesse the situation to possibly get dialogue going.
Many South Koreans look at North Koreans not simply as blood relatives, but as a potential source of cheap labor. As long as the dream of unification exists, foreign workers from other countries will be stuck in a kind of holding tank — without movement toward integration. [Most South Koreans] are still very reluctant to entertain the possibility that immigration can be a dynamic, innovative force.