Ph.D. Candidate Clint Work, a policy writer for The Diplomat magazine, examines how younger South Koreans view the possibility of a rapprochement with their neighbors in the north in his latest article. He suggests that while a reduction in tensions is welcome by the population in their 20s and 30s, the South Korean administration seems to have overestimated the young generation’s appetite for outreach.
Ph.D. Candidate Clint Work on young South-Koreans’ appetite for rapprochement | The Diplomat
February 8, 2018