Thursday, December 20, 2007

post-erection commentary

Some good, thoughtful posts to read on the significance of the South Korean presidential election can be found at Liminality, An Other Tongue, and DPRK Studies.* My admittedly unreflective opinion: whatever makes NK unhappy is good. Unreflective, yes, but on the whole congruent with common sense.

UPDATE: And of course, there's Robert's excellent commentary, which I only just stumbled upon.

*Actually, this was written before the election, but the commentary is still valid as educated speculation.



Horace Jeffery Hodges said...

Robert's blog entry over at The Marmot was excellent and expressed very well what I was vaguely mulling over.

But I see that you missed my blog entry this morning, in which I offer two very serious policy suggestions for the president-elect...

Jeffery Hodges

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Anonymous said...

I'm not sure if my partly tongue-in-cheek piece belongs with a group of "thoughtful posts on the significance of the South Korean presidential election," but I'll take what I can get. Cheers.