Wednesday, April 24, 2013

North Korea Does Not Want War

North Korea Doesn't Want War - Business Insider: "“This is part of a calculated, psychological campaign to increase a sense of crisis and get international attention.” Kim Yong-hyun, a professor of North Korean studies in South Korea, told Ellen Barry of The New York Times. The bottom line is that North Korea's people are starving, and this kind of rhetoric is an audacious attempt to unify the country in the country in the face of UN sanctions and perhaps force the international community to give it some much-needed aid."

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