Inevitable Choice to Avoid War

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    This march, North Korea gave a surprise attack against a South Korean warship, sinking it to the bottom of the sea. In response, including the UN, leaders from over 80 countries(Russia, G8, G20) criticized the North for their acts and agreed to make extra sanctions against the country. For years, South Korean government sought a peaceful relation with the North but in return, the North threaten the world with nuclear weapons development and missile tests. In addition to that, the North economic state has plummeted due to their dictatorship as well as hereditary succession of power. As the world started to stop supporting the North, they replied by engaging military acts against the South.
    With all the happenings including the sinking of "Cheonan" warship, both South Korea and the US decided that the military operation control of the US to be extended from 2012 to 2015. Let us hope that the North will come to realize that their only solution to survival is to cooperate with the world instead of being isolated, and start that by talking with the closest nation, South Korea.
     
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    The lynchpin keeping that sick government together is their isolation and story that they're under attack from the rest of the world.

    Economically they claim to be communist, but what their government is really a monachy.
     

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