2) Will you give aid without preconditions, as was done during the Sunshine Policy when billions of US dollars were given? Will you require that all food aid be delivered by South Korea or the UN to ordinary North Koreans or will you transfer all aid to the government and allow it to be diverted to the military as happened before?
3) Will you demand that North Korea establish ongoing family visits where families separated by the DMZ can meet?
4) At one time, North Korea's labor camps held as many as 200,000 people, though they may only contain 120,000 today, but we really do not know for sure. The DPRK always denies their existence, but there are plenty of satellite photos of them. Will you demand that Kim Jong-un allow South Korea and the UN to visit and monitor these camps on a regular basis for human rights violations?
5) Many hundreds of POWs from the Korean War were retained by the DPRK, both South Korean and American, with the last South Korean escaping in 2000. Will you demand that the slaves in all labor camps, prisons, and mines be interviewed by South Korea and the UN to verify if any POWs still remain in the DPRK?
6) You recently hinted that the foundation of the so-called comfort women, established under a 2015 agreement between South Korea and Japan, was dysfunctioning and should be disbanded. North Korea has declared solidarity on the issue with South Korea in official announcements. Why would you even consider disbanding the foundation, given that the issue of the so-called comfort women is one of the few things on which all Koreans agree? Why not instead install a former military office who is well-respected by everyone to lead the group?
7) The UN Refugee Convention was originally drafted in 1951, with a 1967 Protocol. China signed both in 1982. China signed the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment in 1987. These treaties expressly forbid the deportation of refugees back to a country where they will be tortured, imprisoned, and executed, which is exactly what happens to North Koreans when they are returned to the DPRK. With that background, you are opposed to THAAD for philosophical reasons, but China is opposed to it because it fears that the US will be able to glean many of China's missile and radar secrets. Instead of unilaterally canceling the program, as it appears you will do, why not trade China for it, requiring it to deport all North Koreans to Seoul instead of Pyongyang?
8) Shenyang Machine Tool Company integrated European technology into the industrial milling machines it sold to North Korea, with those milling machines then used to manufacture missile parts. And Hubei Sanjiang Space Wanshan Special Vehicle Company supplied trucks which North Korea converted to missile launchers. Will you confront China and demand that it stop supplying North Korea with weapons technology?
9) North Korea has between 10,000 and 20,000 artillery pieces located in reinforced bunkers -- actually networked caves dug into hillsides with their entrances on the north side so they are difficult to target via artillery -- within range of Seoul, which could cause hundreds of thousands, if not millions of casualties, especially given that chemical munitions are in the inventory. US Secretary of Defense James Mattis is well aware of this, but his boss, President Donald Trump, is notorious for a short attention span. How will you impress upon President Trump the danger of launching a massive military attack on North Korea, given that the US and the ROK combined do not have the capability to destroy all of the artillery pieces before they inflict death and destruction on an apocalyptic scale?