Does the election in South Korea bring any change in its foreign policy with North Korea?
South Korea has developed a 3% negative view towards North Korea but this has been increased to 13% in the subsequent studies conducted. When the U.S was about to enter North Korea backing South Korea, it was China which took the side of North Korea balancing the power. The Sunshine policy could not change the attitude of N. Korea and is heading towards Nuclear tests creating an atmosphere congenial for W.W.III. The South Korea has gone for election and it has to be seen whether the new Government formed will still make any effort to change the attitude of N.Korea or not.
by snagerries 7 years ago
I really don't understand why US is supporting and getting ready with S.K to go to war with the North.Let the Koreans fight their own war.Why send armies to kill and to be killed?If US can't broker peace. It should stop right there.Why create more problems and casualties?I really don't understand...
by TMMason 7 years ago
I heard this yesterday and today.http://www.kansascity.com/2010/07/23/21 … ponse.htmlDoes N.Korea really understand what will happen to them if they Nuke our Navy?And what do you think should be our response to a Military strike against our navy by N.Korea?
by David Stillwell 5 years ago
What is the point of globalization and foreign policy if we do not take care of our own people?It seems that the differeneces in culture, governments and ambitions are still too far apart for globalization to really make a difference. As a nation, should we continue to stretch our own resources...
by pisean282311 7 years ago
well just when i thought i am missing one liners of palin,she came up with one more...Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin did it again. Her latest gaffe: "But obviously we've gotta stand with our North Korean allies."She made the remark Wednesday on Glenn Beck's radio show when...
by Don W 15 months ago
I'm struggling to keep up with all this. Is Trump really planning to attack North Korea if they do another nuclear test? Is it seriously being considered as a possibility? Or is it just sabre rattling? And is this type of brinksmanship the best approach to foreign policy?
by retief2000 3 years ago
Is Obama a worse foreign policy president than Jimmy Carter?In 1978, then United States President, Jimmy Carter hosted peace talks between Israel and Egypt resulting in a peace that has endured. A major re-alignment of military and political power followed and Egypt abandoned the Soviet Union and...
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