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"[Seoul] will develop . mines and establish power generation facilities and transportation infrastructure around mines" the MOLIT said according to a translation by NK News "Profitability will be secured by owning the development rights of resources or exploiting mineral resources" The MOLIT was not acting under the direction of the then unelected Moon but clearly saw the changing tenor of South Korean policy toward the Kim regime It is of course politically expedient for government officials to endear themselves to an incoming administration by exploring policies it might like And there are also powerful South Korean business interests that would benefit from reengagement with the North and have stepped up lobbying officials and lawmakers since the December impeachment of outgoing conservative President Park Geun-hye There’s little doubt Moon would be receptive to the idea He told the National Assembly shortly after his election victory "If the conditions shape up I will go to Pyongyang" He also named Suh Hoon as his pick to head the National Intelligence Service subject to National Assembly approval Suh has already indicated he would be willing to go to Pyongyang with a view to holding another inter-Korean summit similar to those he was involved in organizing in 2000 and 2007 It is easy to see why "These steps reduce both Koreas interstate war risks providing the sides with communication and non-military options to de-escalate in the case of a provocative incident such as a sixth nuclear test by North Korea" writes Alison Evans of the IHS Markit analysis firm Still the shift presents a challenge for US foreign policy under President Donald Trump who has looked to squeeze the Kim regime in response to its escalating missile and nuclear tests Projects like that proposed by the MOLIT would undermine the economic pressure put on the regime by China which in March suspended North Korean coal imports for the rest of the year in line with tough new UN sanctions Read More: TIME Exclusive: Will South Korean Presidential Hopeful Moon Jae-in Pull the World Back From Nuclear War More intriguingly though those same UN sanctions also ban collaborating in coal copper gold iron magnesite and zinc some of the specific industries listed in the MOLIT "emergency notice" "Put another way MOLIT is putting out a call for bids to violate sanctions" write Marcus Noland and Kent Boydston in an analysis blog for the Peterson Institute for International Economics Exploring the possibility of violating sanctions is not the same as actually violating them though it demonstrates some of the logistical hurdles of Moons vow to rekindle the "Sunshine Policy" of engagement with the North Other than international economic measures which Moon would either have to flout or renegotiate angering Washington and Tokyo among others there is domestic legislation to navigate Last years North Korean Human Rights Act for example requires vulnerable groups to be prioritized for any aid To make sure of that you need independent monitoring of the North Korean populace which has historically made the regime extremely uncomfortable Of course any engagement would be welcomed by China which has long advocated trying to change the regimes bad behavior through the Chinese Communist Party’s favorite panacea of economic development On Tuesday a spokesperson for Chinas Ministry of Foreign Affairs revealed that a North Korean delegation would even attend next weeks summit on the Belt and Road Initiative President Xi Jinpings signature transnational trade and infrastructure development project along the route of the old Silk Road The idea of winning the hearts and minds of North Korean through their pockets isnt revolutionary of course In 2006 former South Korean President Lee Myung-bak trumpeted a similar economic engagement policy dubbed Vision 3000 owing to its aim to raise North Koreas per capita income to $3000 in order to lessen the pain of eventual reunification (Last year South Korean GDP was $138 trillion; North Koreas was 1% of that at $16 billion) The caveat of course was that North Korea would have had to take concrete measures to denuclearize But Vision 3000 suffered from other problems that also undermine the new MOLIT proposal: "Its tantamount to neocolonialism and that really angers the North Koreans" says Christopher Green a North Korea expert at Leiden University in the Netherlands "Saying to North Korea were going to take control over your economy may make perfect sense from a mercantile South Korean perspective" adds Green "But its going to be like a red rag to a bull for the North Koreans You have to be a lot stealthier than that" Owing not least to founding father Kim Il Sung’s principle of juche or “patriotic self-reliance” the biggest barrier to economic engagement with North Korea is the regime itself Previous attempts to coax the Kim clan to embrace liberal economic polices have all failed dismally A large free trade zone adjacent to the Chinese city of Dandong at the southern edge of the 880-mile shared border lies empty The key architect of the project was Kim Jong Uns uncle Jang Song-thaek who was executed in December 2013 Even small steps like reopening the Kaesong Joint Industrial Complex near the DMZ where South Korean firms had access to cheap North Korean labor depends on North Korean acquiescence (The complex was shuttered by Seoul in February 2016 following a North Korean satellite launch) Read More: Beyond the Shadows in North Korea In 2013 123 South Korean companies were paying 53000 North Korean workers annual wages amounting to $90 million which were directly collected by the North Korean government One might think that the regime would welcome the reopening of the plant as well as Moons expressed desire to expand it to 20 times the size presuming the regime would then collect 20 times the wages However an expanded Kaesong was always the plan signed off by Kim Jong Uns father Kim Jong Il Its just that phase one of the original project was all that opened because North Korea was wary of the potential destabilizing effect of too many of its citizens having so much exposure to affluent South Koreans The North Korean leadership knows that it would be risky to embrace full economic liberalization given the loosening of societal controls that would entail The presence of a democratic thriving and culturally homogeneous South Korea across the DMZ means any loosening of controls could prompt agitation for reunification spelling the end of the regime Restrained reengagement is of course very possible especially if China keeps up economic pressure But anything more especially involving a binding agreement to denuclearize is as fraught a prospect now as it ever was Write to Charlie Campbell at [email protected] number of Americans voting before Election Day has continued to rise in the last decade In 2012 some 35% of ballots were cast early This year 37 states and the District of Columbia allow some form of early voting according to the Associated Press There’s more than one kind Some voters cast absentee ballots by mail while others cast early in-person votes at the election office or other designated locations On Friday North Carolina will become the first state to mail out its absentee ballots while voters there can begin voting in-person on Oct 20 Read Next: Here Are the Last Possible Dates You Can Register to Vote in Your State Early voting will account for around half of the ballots cast in battleground states like North Carolina Colorado Florida Arizona Nevada and Georgia according to an AP elections projection Here’s a guide to when in-person early voting starts in key states (Absentee ballots may go out at different times) September 23: Idaho Minnesota South Dakota Vermont Wyoming 24: New Jersey 29: Illinois Iowa North Dakota October 9: Maine 10: California Nebraska 11: Montana New Mexico 12: Arizona Indiana Ohio 17: Georgia 19: Kansas Tennessee 20: North Carolina 21: Washington 22: Nevada 24: Alaska Arkansas Colorado Massachusetts Texas Wisconsin 25: Hawaii Louisiana Utah 26: West Virginia 27: Maryland 28: Washington DC 29: Florida November 3: Oklahoma Contact us at [email protected] On May 2.

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