South Koreans see North Korea's restraint as calculated

Kay, Bryan
December 2010
Christian Science Monitor;12/20/2010, pN.PAG
North Korea Monday failed to follow through on its pointed threats to deliver a double dose of retaliation after the South carried out a live-fire artillery drill near the disputed sea border between the two states.


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