Then the second inter-Korea summit took place in October. Inspired by these fast-paced changes that brought promises for peaceful settlement and reconciliation in Korea, Korea Report was re-activated in October after dormancy, with continuous coverage of pertinent news and commentaries. Now, new variables, mainly domestic developments in South Korea and the US and North Korea's reactions, will be surfacing in coming months that will leave repurcussions on the peace process. Stay tuned to Korea Report by visiting the site periodically, making a bookmark (or adding to your "favorites"), subscribing to email service or syndicated feeds. Comments are welcomed.
Here are the results of Korea Report Readers Quick Online Polls.
On the question of "When do you anticipate Korea to be reunited?," a majority of readers (75%) chose "within 10 years." On the question of "When do you think the US and DPRK will normalize?," readers were more optimistic and little more than half (57%) chose "within one year." A new poll can be found on the right column of this page: "Which S.Korean presidential candidate do you think can handle inter-Korea issues the best?" Be sure to take the poll before the election on Dec. 19.