February 29, 2024
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Drawing a “red line” on North Korea: What’s the point?

First Trump, now Moon Jae-in - but such tough talk achieves little

Are the dueling dogs of war finally done barking and snarling? Is it safe to come out now?

Kim Jong Un reckons so. Just when folks in Seoul noticed he’d not been seen for a fortnight, out of his bunker he pops – to pull back from the brink over Guam. We breathe again. Though let’s face it, as NK News’ John Lee notes, Kim won that round.

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