After the mid-term elections, now the presidential election regime
In connection with the abolition of the Iranian nuclear agreement
North Korea requested a card for diplomacy
North American Summit to be held early next year
"The foreign policy of the Democratic Houses of Representatives is limited
It criticizes the North Korean nuclear issue
President Donald Trump speaks in the White House on the 7th place after the mid-term elections. Washington / UPI Yonhap News
How will the results of the US mid-term elections, which ended with the victory of the Republican Senate Mercury and the victory of the Democratic House of Representatives, affect the policy of the Trump government on the Korean peninsula?
Most experts analyze that election results are not a big change for the policy of the Trump government on the Korean Peninsula. Firstly, US foreign policy is headed by the president and administration, and the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs and the Military Committee play a major role. The Democratic House of Representatives has a limited influence on foreign policy in the Senate with the maintenance of Republican domination.
It seems that President Donald Trump is expected to focus his efforts on a new election campaign after the "expected defeat" of the mid-election. Unlike the mid-term elections, foreign policy assessments are important in the presidential election. Mr. Trump, who stepped down from the Obama administration's diplomatic success and restored full economic and financial sanctions against Iran, is a key card to gain diplomatic successes that would offset it. Professor Lee Hye-jung, an American politician, said: "US experts and traditional media continue to criticize President Trump for violating the nuclear agreement, even if Iran did not break the nuclear agreement and continue comparing President Trump's nuclear behavior." We have to show our successes in Iranian diplomacy nuclear agreement. "The Trump administration is likely to continue talks on top-level talks between North Korea and the US, restore the dynamics of dialogue, and make progress in the second round of summits in the North of the United States next year.
The Democratic party, returning to the House of Commons in eight years, criticized Trump's nuclear bargaining. However, the likelihood that the Democrats will completely abolish North Korean nuclear negotiations or return to active support is scarce. The Democratic Party only raises questions about how Trump negotiates and plans to remove Kim Jong-una nuclear from the North Korean Secretary of State, but does not offer a clear alternative to the Democratic Party for Denuclearization. The most likely scenario is that the Democrats hear a frequent hearing in the House of Representatives and government officials to testify about North Korea-US negotiations and ask for the submission of relevant documents and slow down. But it seems that the Democratic Party is balancing it, as it does not seem to undermine the nuclear weapons diplomacy itself. "I think it's good to have an interview with North Korea," House President Elliott Engle, a Democrat from New York, said in a telephone interview. However, they do not raise objections to negotiations with North Korea and say, "They should not be deceived because they think they will take action for fundamental change."
In the policy of the United States, the policy of the Korean Peninsula has changed rapidly since Wednesday's elections. The Geneva Agreement on North Korea and the US, which the Democratic Party of the Democratic Party first carried out the North Korean nuclear crisis, was replicated by the Republican Party in the middle of the election year. George W. Bush, a Republican executive who led North Korea to the Axis of Evil, defeated the midterm elections in 2006 and turned to a food oil route to North Korea and discussed the declaration of the end of the Korean Peninsula and the conclusion of a peace treaty. Will this precedent repeat this time? "After the Semitic election defeat, Clinton's administration has advanced in a North Korean-based ferry-free ferry process, and the change in Bush administration's policies towards North Korea has been boosted not only by the violation of the midterm elections but also by the criticism of the worsening situation in Iraq." "The Trump's administration is a very exceptional government, which does not go beyond the current US policy, so it is not right to say that the Korean Peninsula policy will change on the basis of a previous case. "
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