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The U.S. Policy On the Korean Peninsula: Threats and Opportunities
by Roger Wicks Sunday Feb 11th, 2018 11:41 PM


Tension and anxiety that appear at the sight of the abbreviations the USA and the DPRK, standing side by side, have long become familiar to a reader of any nationality and political views. For more than sixty years since the Korean War was over, the key actors of the political process on the peninsula haven't succeeded to find a way out from a protracted political crisis, continuing to keep the world in expectation of a potential nuclear conflict.

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