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The Korean crisis explained

The Korean crisis explained

Alice Stretch March 13, 2017 0

On the first day of my studies in Seoul, I was told there was a new attendance policy; if I missed 20% of lectures, I would receive an automatic ‘F’. Surprising, as for UK

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Why We Shouldn’t Ridicule Trump’s North Korean Endorsement

Why We Shouldn’t Ridicule Trump’s North Korean Endorsement

Matthew Cowley August 1, 2016 0

It seems like an unlikely alliance. One of them is a fanatic totalitarian with awful hair; the other is the ruler of North Korea. One of them hates America with a burning passion; the

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Why China Hates North Korea

Why China Hates North Korea

Lee Jenkins April 18, 2013 4

However the North Korean Crisis end, China loses Unsurprisingly, much of the focus surrounding the North Korea Crisis has been on the reaction of South Korea and the United States, and to a lesser

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What War In Korea Would Actually Look Like?

Backbencher April 11, 2013 1

A shooting war in Korea would be horrific. It must be avoided. On Monday this week, James Snell wrote a piece arguing in favour of a pre-emptive invasion of North Korea. His arguments are compelling

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North Korea: The Bellicose Slave State

North Korea: The Bellicose Slave State

James Snell April 1, 2013 0

  The resumption of hostilities, if it ever comes, in the Korean peninsula would not be surprising. The two nations have had scares in the past, with the North’s shelling of the disputed Yeonpyeong

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