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Should South Korea And Japan Be Given Nuclear Weapons? Will That Cause China To Contain North Korea?

ArmchairPolitiicianNorthKorea, July 11, 2017, by Brad Peery, WWW. ArmchairPolitician.US, ArmchairPolitician.US@gmail.com

North Korea launched its first intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM). This is viewed as a serious escalation of the threat that North Korea poses to the U.S. and the international community. They seem to be making rapid progress in their ballistic missile program. The Hwasong-14 ICBM […]

South Korea In The Middle Between The U.S. and China. North Korea and Thaad Are The Biggest Issues.

ArmchairPolitiicianSouthKorea, July 1, 2017, by Brad Peery, ArmchairPolitician.US@gmail.com, www.ArmchairPolitician.US

President Trump met with South Korean President Moon Jae-in. Issues that were discussed included North Korea, and bilateral trade issues, plus others.

In 2016, the U.S. imported $69.9 billion of South Korean goods and exported $42.3 billion, for a $27.6 billion trade deficit with South […]

South Korea Faces Difficulties In Dealing With China-Will The Thaad Missile Defense System Remain Deployed?

ArmchairPolitiicianSouthKorea, June 4, 2017, by Brad Peery, ArmchairPolitician.US@gmail.com, www.ArmchairPolitician.US

South Korea’s newly elected leader, Moon Jae-in, has promised to engage with North Korea. And, his overtures have been met by an accelerated missile launch program by North Korea. Mr. Moon, a moderate, replaced Park Geun-hye, a conservative, who is in jail facing corruption charges.

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