Inter-Korean tensions: what next after the demolition of the liaison office?
Tuesday's move by Pyongyang represents a serious escalation of tensions
North Korea is taking steps to rapidly escalate inter-Korean tensions in the wake of Kim Yo Jong’s complaint about South Korean activist leafleting campaigns on June 4.
In line with NK Pro’s assessment on June 8 that Pyongyang is seeking to engineer an artificial crisis off the back of the leaflet campaigns, the DPRK cut all inter-Korean communications lines within just four days of her initial statement.
With her Saturday warning followed with the predicted detonation of the inter-Korean liaison office at Kaesong on Tuesday, what will come next for inter-Korean tensions — and how far
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