Friday, July 07, 2006

Now for some politics........

So for any of you who pay attention to International News then you may be familiar with the missiles that are being launched from North Korea. Now I know that if I was in Canada then I probably won't be concerned too much over this matter, but now that it is occuring right here in my territory it becomes more perturbing -- especially since I read about it everyday in the paper. To learn more, take a moment to watch a some clips on this issue.

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So, those who are in South Korea (S.K.) currently or who have their families or friends in S.K. might have been quite dumbfounded by 7 missiles launched by North Korea (N.K.) One thing for sure is that you don’t have to worry about it. Now all the news,tv, papers are talking about how provocative N.K was. But, it you peruse news articles in detail, you will unearth that N.K. has no clear intention to attack Japan or U.S. and vice versa. Even if it were to be true, Japan or U.S. would shoot the missiles down thanks to their MD.

It seems to me that the superficial reason for N.K. to life missiles off is to draw attention from U.S. who denied official invitation of U.S. chief negotiator Christopher Hill the former ambassador to Korea last year. This indicated that U.S. had no will to come back to the 6 ways talk that has been suspended a few months now. Without 6 way talk, N.K. would not get what it wants from the rest of the world. Albeit Korean government provides an amount of rice, fertilizer (the last fertilizer just got shifted to N.K as of 7th July 06) and resources to N.K, such support is not just enough to replenish the financial dilemma N.K is facing up with currently. Therefore, by setting off missiles, N.K. wanted to convey the clear message to U.S. that it has to come back to the table and talk about issues.

And of course, U.S., in exchange, is now saying that it would return to 6 way meeting. Rice once quots “Kim Jung Il and N.K. needs to come back to 6 way- talk” Also, Bush said that this standoff must be resolved in terms of diplomacy.

So, what is going to happen? It is obvious that for somehow 6 way talk nations will set the timeline for resumption of the suspended talk and N.K. will give it a goahead, being unable to disregard possible pressure from China and Russia, their allies. Unfortunately, S.K will not play a major role her as it has never been. Alas!

If you are anxious about N.K.’s waging a war and thus Korean peninsula might be devastated. Don’t worry. The same crisis befell back in 1998 and nothing happened.

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Interesting comments; it is apparent that you are quite familiar with this current issue

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