In his New Year address, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) leader Kim Jong Un reaffirmed his resolve for complete denuclearization, but says he may have to seek a "new path," if Washington continues to demand unilateral action from the DPRK. So what does Kim mean by “new path”? And how far are we from a permanent peace settlement on the Korean Peninsula? Asia Today invited Dr. Hoo Chiew-Ping, senior lecturer from the National University of Malaysia, to give her opinion.
Updated 21:01, 04-Jan-2019