[Ed. – Why didn’t we think of that before?]
Former President Jimmy Carter (D) reportedly offered to meet with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un in an attempt at peace talks.
A University of Georgia professor detailed Carter’s offer to Korea JoongAng Daily, a South Korean newspaper.
“Carter wants to meet with the North Korean leader and play a constructive role for peace on the Korean Peninsula as he did in 1994,” Park Han-shik told the newspaper.
Park, who met with Carter, is the professor emeritus at the university’s School of Public & International Affairs.
“Should former President Carter be able to visit North Korea, he would like to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and discuss a peace treaty between the United States and the North and a complete denuclearization of North Korea,” Park told the paper.
Park said Carter wants “to prevent a second Korean War.”