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North Korea Prepares to Test Another Nuke

LonePine Wrote: Feb 19, 2013 3:20 PM
The means to prevent an increasingly hostile NKorea from possibly testing it's first Suitcase-Nuke on the US seems pretty obvious to me. A nice, big, easy-to-see "No Nuke Zone" sign, prominently displayed at all incoming American ports ! Such a huge visual cue just seems like a no-brainer to me. I mean, the idea has worked So well for the destructive misuse of firearms' that . . .

South Korea-North Korea: Outgoing President Lee told the press that in late 2009 Kim Chong-il requested a third summit between the leaders of North and South Korea without conditions, such as demands for food grains. The invitation was transmitted through Chinese Premier Wen Jia-bao and some discussions were held in Singapore.

South Korea was prepared to accept and began discussing views about the venue. North Korea wanted it in Pyongyang. The talks broke down when the North demanded compensation for holding the summit.