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A boat with 31 North Korea citizens drifted into South Korea waters and was picked up.  North Korea being the kind of place that people sometimes don’t like going back to, four are trying to stay: North Korea on March 5 made a fresh demand for the repatriation of all 31 citizens whose boat drifted […]
As has been noted in several places, this is one hell of an interesting cable. The upshot is that South Korean officials seem to believe that North Korea will collapse in a fairly short interval after the death of Kim Jong Il, and that a few Chinese policymakers have suggested that China is prepared to […]
I suspect that the crew of the Cheonan might dispute this headline from Reuters: North Korea shells South in fiercest attack in decades I suppose we run into definitional issues, and it’s true that the latest shelling has killed civilians. However, torpedoing a patrol ship without warning (even if the warship was in a disputed […]
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