A Different Focus on North Korea – Business Reunification Out Over the Horizon

The Real Six party Talks with North Korea

The Real Six party Talks with North Korea

The recent nuclear and missile tests combined with threats bandied about by Pyongyang present an ominous, threatening view of attention-grabbing brinksmanship. It is worrisome, to be sure. Negotiations to handle North Korea, or get them back to the table at least, will be a new and different challenge for Special Envoy, Stephen Bosworth, who is no stranger to difficult negotiations—after all, as the America Ambassador in Manila in 1986, he was one of the principal players in successfully negotiating the Marcoses out of Malacanyang Palace and eventually out of the country. Remember, the Philippine situation in the mid-1980’s was still a very touchy matter. There were a million people exposed in the streets sandwiched between the armed forces of Juan Ponce Enrile and General Ver. North Korea will be an entirely different ballgame for many reasons.

To be sure, there will be plenty of commentary about North Korea, its threats, and the destabilizing prospect it exhibits for Northeast Asia.

One thing is for sure. Beyond the nuclear tests, bellicose threats and serious potential for a regime implosion with its humanitarian crisis to follow, there are prospects for a stabilized and developing future for the country out over the horizon. We never hear much about this possibility. It is just that very few people focus on the opportunities that are coming as the country eventually stabilizes and begins to open up. Given the current deteriorating health of the Dear Leader, we are now entering the transition period for the regime.

Here is a video production which focuses on the coming business reunification of North and South Korea:

North Korean Soldiers View their prosperous neighbors to the South

North Korean Soldiers View their prosperous neighbors to the South

The Coming Business Reunification of North and South Korea

This multimedia video production is a briefing by international business lawyer David Day before a group of Asia-Pacific private sector executives. It is a fascinating glimpse inside of North Korea and the coming business reunification of The Koreas:

http://bit.ly/2TPzT3

DHL Vans already in Pyongyang ready to go

DHL Vans already in Pyongyang ready to go

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~ by davidfday on May 31, 2009.

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