Tim Shorrock: Direct talks with North Korea are the only answer to end Korean War

“The United States has only one choice in dealing with North Korea, even after its deadly artillery attack on a South Korean island,” writes Tim Shorrock, an investigative journalist who has covered Korea for more than 30 years. “Negotiate directly with its government, forge an agreement to end Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program, and move towards a peace agreement to formally end the Korean War.” (Democracy Now!)

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1 thought on “Tim Shorrock: Direct talks with North Korea are the only answer to end Korean War

  1. Norman

    In all the years that have ensued since the end of the Korean War, I always wondered why there hasn’t been a settlement of that conflict? It’s almost as if the U.S. powers to be, have kept things on the Peninsula such, that there would always be a foe there. Perhaps to thwart the Chinese to begin with. But, it really makes no sense today, that these relics from yesterday, should be causing grief today, in the 21st Century.

    The United States Government should realize that ever since the 50’s truce, that it doesn’t sway other countries, Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, Africa, South & Central America, Cuba, etc., there has only been stalemates, pull outs, a total waste of Money & human suffering as an aftermath. If any sort of War were to break out in Korea, then I suppose that the U.S. Military should just detonate each & every Atomic bomb that are stashed in every country and get it over with. Don’t just talk about it, do it.

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