May 19, 2024

What we should make of current tensions on the Korean peninsula

The rhetoric may have you believe we are on the brink of war - but we've seen this all before

Recent events have attracted much (perhaps too much) attention to the Korean Peninsula, and yours truly feels compelled to share some opinions on what is going on.

With Donald Trump’s electoral victory, the threat of a large-scale conflict on the Korean peninsula has increased, although currently, in spite of all the hype and exchanges of bellicose rhetoric, it remains small.

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