N. Korea hype is Cold War theatrics to blur real threatPosted: April 6, 2013
Published on 6 Apr 2013
Foreign embassies in Pyongyang are staying put for now despite warnings from the regime there to evacuate. The North Korean government says it can’t guarantee the safety of diplomatic enclaves, citing tensions, and the threat of war. The North has primed at least two ballistic missiles, in response to US and South Korean warship encroachment. Geopolitical analyst at 21st century wire.com, Patrick Henningsen gives more perspective on the stand-off.
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