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Ending Tensions with North Korea: What South Korea Could Learn from Latin America

June 22, 2010

Social tensions between South and North Korea have escalated once again due to the sinking of the Cheonan. The two Koreas have remained technically at war with each other ever since the 1953 ceasefire ended the Korean War. If one considers the premise that their long-term struggle is a cold civil war with periodic hot flashes, then it could be argued that the protracted civil wars in Latin American countries like Colombia, Bolivia, etc. have followed similar patterns. However, the latter situation is now changing, and perhaps both Koreas could learn something from new developments regarding the implementation of Invincible Defense Technology IDT in Latin America.

The Latin American Military Prevention Wing

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Published in China Today, The Seoul Times, Pattaya Dailynews (Thailand), Kashmir Watch, ReviewNepal, The Seoul Times, Cyprus News, Business Ghana, OpEd News, and

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