Korean tilanteesta ja Olympiasta.
I still don’t get the new comity between North and South Korea at the Olympics, in which the two teams will march together under a “unified Korea” flag, some teams have trained together, and the women’s hockey team will even be composed of players from both countries.
I recognize that this is South Korea’s attempt to independently forge some kind of relationship with the DPRK independent of the U.S., and kickstart talks, but I don’t see the point.
First, North Korea will under no circumstances give up its nuclear program, so bargaining for a cessation of that is out.
Second, North Korea will under no circumstances become a democracy or depose its leadership, which has an iron grip on the country. So bargaining for a cessation of that is out, too.
Third, the North will not unilaterally attack the South, for that would be suicidal given that the U.S. would…
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