Sunday, May 23, 2010

Korean Conflict

So where does this Korean conflict lead?

"Pyongyang rejected the claim as a "fabrication" and threatened war if sanctions were imposed. The international report found a North Korean submarine's torpedo sank the South Korean navy ship, causing the deaths of 46 sailors. China urged restraint and did not criticise the North. The US administration described the sinking as an "act of aggression" that challenged peace."
Source: BBC News

"Rekindle,'s all the same thing. My prediction on this one was that when the tide lowers, it's easy to pick a fight with an old foe. It usually takes a small spark."
Random Roving, March 8, 2009

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