The South-North Summit came up with a Declaration that potentially could have a large impact on unification. But ultimately, any progress towards unification – both material and immaterial aspects – can be measured by progress in just one field – support for divided families. In the Declaration, point number 8, entitled ‘Promotion of Humanitarian Cooperation’ [...]
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August 23rd, 2007 · 3 Comments
Choe Sang-Hun at the International Herald Tribune has written a tear-jerking story that really brings out the human cost of a divided peninsula. The article leaves a person with only one thought… this is so f&%^d up! I strongly recommend you read the article here. It describes the plight of a 70 year old German, Renate, who [...]