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Will there be another Korean War?

Yes. North Korea has made it clear that a military strike against South Korea, Japan or even the U.S. will likely lead to war.
7% (74 votes)
If so, it won’t be a true war but a brief intervention won quickly by U.S. and allied forces against a struggling regime.
8% (79 votes)
No. Without support from China and Russia, which is unlikely, North Korea will never fire the first shot.
34% (345 votes)
The first Korean War never really ended. It has just been stalled for last 60 years.
51% (524 votes)
Total votes: 1022

 

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RichardQ

July 25, 2013 - 6:43pm

I believe China and Russia both see North Korea as a drag on their economic and diplomatic goals, so there is little or no enthusiasm to support that regime, especially in a war. I think Chinese/Russian impatience with North Korea will result in a behind-the-scenes tripartite (USA,China,Russia) plan to overturn the NK government and create a unified Korea. The question is: What concessions and demands will each make to conclude an agreement?

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