Donald Gregg

Chairman of the Korea Society

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Former US Ambassador to South Korea during the administration of George Bush, Sr; Chairman of the Korea Society, which promotes dialogue between the US and both Koreas

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North Korea's
military today proposed holding direct talks with US forces to work towards
ensuring security on the Korean
 Peninsula. The request
came amid progress on resolving…

North Korea Proposes Military Talks with US

North Korea's military today proposed holding direct talks with US forces to work towards ensuring security on the Korean Peninsula. The request came amid progress on resolving…

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