——Q: Why is it so difficult for the Koreas to make peace once they sit down and talk to each other? The Koreas were divided in 1945 at the end of World War II into a U.S.-controlled southern side and a Soviet-controlled north. ——Q: Even if they meet, is there any chance for a breakthrough? A: Any time the Koreas talk it’s a victory of sorts, especially after the misery of last year. ——Foster Klug is the AP’s bureau chief in Seoul and has covered the Koreas since 2005.
Source: National Post January 03, 2018 09:22 UTC