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No moonwalk

9 May 2017 By Jun Yang

The election of liberal Moon Jae-in to the presidency heralds a softer stance on North Korea and restores domestic stability. That’s welcome. But he will need to unite a polarized nation to succeed where his ousted predecessor failed in resetting South Korea’s growth model.

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