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Tensions increase in Korea
Tensions increase in Korea
#1
"So, how could 2020 get worse?" I hear you ask.

We could go into a high-tension phase in one of the most politically-tense places on Earth, that's how.

North Korea threatens to cut communications with South over anti-Pyongyang leaflets

Quote:North Korea said it was cutting off all communication channels with South Korea on Tuesday, a move experts say could signal Pyongyang has grown frustrated that Seoul has failed to revive lucrative inter-Korean economic projects and persuade the United States to ease sanctions.

Hey, North Korea? Trump's your leader's buddy, not South Korea's leader's buddy. You convince him to drop the sanctions.
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#2
That's the thing. I think he tried that already, so they're going back to the good old standby of holding the knife to the collective throat of their southern neighbor. In other words, business as usual.
Yasuri Nanami is my number one waifu, if only because she would horribly murder all the others if they didn't shut up and toe the line.

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#3
They don't usually destroy their own infrastructure in order to make a point, though.
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#4
This seems to me that they are getting desperate. Desperate for attention. Recommendation is to ignore a child having a tantrum, as usual.
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As the Korean war continues into its seventieth year, CBC News offers a story about the conflict and the part the Canadian army has played in it.
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