Amid another North Korea storm, look who's calm

April 2013
Christian Science Monitor;4/ 1/2013, pN.PAG
Since 2005, North Korea has tested three nuclear devices while violating international law with its missile launches. These actions, when linked to its recent high-pitched threats against the United States and South Korea, have evoked fear around the world of imminent war on the Korean Peninsula.


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