The Death of Kim Jong-il and the Future of U.S. Relations with the Two Koreas

Christine Ahn from the Korea Policy Institute and the Global Fund for Women weighs in on how the United States has impacted and shaped the ongoing war between North and South Korea through it’s heavy military presence (the Korean peninsula is the most militarized region on earth) and lack of diplomacy:

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