How do you solve a huge problem like North Korea?

April 2013
Filipino Reporter;4/5/2013, Vol. 41 Issue 18, p20
The author discusses the problem of North Korea whose leaders are making noises and threats of nuclear attacks against South Korea and the U.S. Its rookie leader Kim Jong-un has been bragging that they are ready to settle accounts with the U.S. and released a photo near a chart that appeared to map missile strikes on American cities. He believes that North Korea will town down its war tantrums after the joint military exercises between the U.S. and South Korea called "Foal Eagle" are over.


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