North Korea and South Korea Agree to Hold Military Talks
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From the RightNorth, South Korea agree to talks aimed at reducing military tensions
North Korea has agreed to "actively cooperate" with South Korea in talks to reduce military tensions ahead of next month's Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
From the LeftOPINION: Can South Korea Avoid Getting Played by the North?
The talks that opened this week between the North and South Korean governments are off to an inauspicious start: Even before negotiators could settle into their seats, the North had pocketed its first concession from the South, offering nothing in return.
From the CenterNorth Korea, South Korea agree to hold military talks
North and South Korea agreed to hold military talks, a joint statement said after the two Koreas engaged in formal dialogue on Tuesday for the first time in more than two years.