North Korea is standing on the edge of a precipice

Discussion in 'Politics' started by bluesky79, Apr 21, 2012.

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    U.N lately agreed to impose strict sanctions on North Korea but North Korea didn't submit to it and declared the abrogation of U.S.-North Korea's agreement on 29th Feb. The reason why they've taken a strong position against the world must be based on Kim jung un and they've wanted to strengthen his system. Besides, they said that South Korea debased Kim jung un's dignity and they'll blow up Seoul(the capital city of South Korea). Kim jung un is a moron? He seems not to realize the reality and he's just focused to his pride. I think, in the future, strong or special sanctions on North Korea might not be necessary because Kim jung un can make North Korea collapsed by himself.
     
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    `Bout time Asia started policing its own problems...
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    China, Japan, S Korea Warn North to Stop Provocations
    Sunday, May 13th, 2012 - The leaders of China, Japan and South Korea say they will not tolerate further provocation from North Korea, amid fears that Pyongyang is preparing for a new nuclear test.
     
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    Dictators are usually out of touch with reality. Nothing new there.

    People have been saying that NK is going to collapse for decades but nothing happens. I just wonder if the new leader really is in charge or there is a oligarchy and he is only a puppet that this group wants the world to think is in charge. It is hard to see a Russian type meltdown for NK and the only way to create change there may be for intervention. Not that there is any reason for that or inclination to do that.
     

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