The Angle

5/28/2010

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A sinking strategy on the Korean peninsula

by Leon V. Sigal
In the bellicose flare-up over the attack on a South Korean warship by the North, what has been lacking is serious discussion, because many officials in Seoul are still determined to show who is boss on the Korean peninsula. Unfortunately, that is North Korea’s game—one it plays all too brutally.
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