Despite current anxieties, lessons from past tensions offer hope
The horrifying prospect of war again befalls the Korean peninsula. But perhaps we ought to remember that tensions have been far higher in the past, and that each time a path for de-escalation was eventually found. Current levels of tension The current phase of rising tensions arguably started at the beginning of the year, when
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Tristan Webb is a Senior Analyst for NK Pro. He was formerly a Senior DPRK Research Analyst for the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).
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