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The Future of Asia 2018

Dismantling North Korea's nuclear weapons only the beginning, adviser says

Seoul envisions EU-like 'freedom of movement' for divided peninsula

Getting rid of North Korea's nuclear weapons would take two and a half years, said South Korean presidential adviser Moon Chung-in. (Photo by Hiroyuki Kobayashi)

TOKYO -- The government of South Korea favors a two-stage approach to North Korean denuclearization, allowing time to end a weapons program that is far more advanced than past examples, a special adviser told the Nikkei Asian Review on Monday.

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