is from South Korea and joined Peace Direct in June to support Outreach and Mapping activities. Previously, Daeyoung worked with Hudson Institute, Permanent Mission of the Republic of Korea to the United Nations, United Nations Association of the National Capital Area, and UNHCR. He holds a BA in International Affairs from the George Washington University where he concentrated on Conflict Resolution.

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Prospects for peace on the Korean peninsula

Over recent months, and particularly with the historic and unprecedented summit between President Trump and Chairman Kim Jung Un in Singapore on June 12, 2018, the potential for reducing tension and conflict on the Korean Peninsula and moving toward a resolution of the long-standing conflicts emerged. Commentators around the world and the people of Korea welcomed the summit as a new direction and one step closer to peace, but what does that mean for local peacebuilders? Read more »

10 July 2018