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    South Korea has decided to try to re-enter military talks with the North after they supposedly tested an Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) a fortnight ago.

    Talks are proposed to take place on the 21st of July in the so-called De-Militarised Zone (DMZ) - ironic I know - but the North has yet to respond to South Korea's offer.

    Do you think this is a sign that North Korean influence is growing in the region? Does South Korea now realise just how serious the North is about this nuclear missile program?

    Discuss.
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    Ignoring the threat is clearly no longer a feasible solution, there's little we can do now. Should've done something while we had the chance
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    (Original post by zayn008)
    Ignoring the threat is clearly no longer a feasible solution, there's little we can do now. Should've done something while we had the chance
    Like what?
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    (Original post by cbreef)
    Like what?
    Strike a deal, invade, promote trade with them to tackle their isolation
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    (Original post by zayn008)
    Strike a deal, invade, promote trade with them to tackle their isolation
    Invade? :eek: Jesus we're not trying to start a major war. The North Koreans love their dear leader. Both the Russians and the Chinese would oppose such an imperialist policy.
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    (Original post by cbreef)
    Invade? :eek: Jesus we're not trying to start a major war. The North Koreans love their dear leader. Both the Russians and the Chinese would oppose such an imperialist policy.
    True.. well we shouldn’t have been so hostile to them
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    There is little room for compromise, what or how much would it take for NK (or Iran) to give up this nuclear business? The Chinese always have been and still are the only ones who could possibly halt the so-called NK nuclear program. I've always suspected them of a partnership in crime, they just know there is nothing to fear on their part even with Beijing well within range.
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    (Original post by cbreef)
    South Korea has decided to try to re-enter military talks with the North after they supposedly tested an Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) a fortnight ago.

    Talks are proposed to take place on the 21st of July in the so-called De-Militarised Zone (DMZ) - ironic I know - but the North has yet to respond to South Korea's offer.

    Do you think this is a sign that North Korean influence is growing in the region? Does South Korea now realise just how serious the North is about this nuclear missile program?

    Discuss.
    Does North Korea even exist? The Otto Warmbier hoax was probably filmed in the USA.

    Youtube: North Korea sentences man to 15 years hard labor hoax
 
 
 
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