Where do you think the current Korean Crisis is headed to?
Will it lead to a full-blown nuclear war or plain political saber-rattling?
From everything I have read, North Korea wants food aid. It is facing (another) dire food crisis and this is a way for it to get aid (as a concession for behaving). I don't think North Korea has any interest or much to gain from going to war. Nor does the U.S. for that matter. So things will calm back down once North Korea gets what it wants, food.
It's heading to the same place it does every two years: The North Koreans want food or supplies. When they get it, they will shut up for another two years or so.
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