Tuesday, June 9, 2009

More Missile Tests by North Korea, Followed by War?

China Confidential, which has been on target with exact dates of previous missile tests, writes:

North Korea appears to be preparing to test-fire more missiles.

A third nuclear test and cross-border attacks are also possible, along with an attack on a South Korean battleship.

June 16 and 25 and July 4, U.S. Independence Day, are key dates to watch. A U.S.-South Korean summit in Washington is scheduled for June 16. The Korean War started on June 25. And the North has shown a tendency to try to overshadow U.S. national holidays.

North Korea has renounced the Korean War armistice agreement that was signed on July 27, 1953. At the rate things are going, the Korean Peninsula could be engulfed in conflict by the end of this July.

The situation is that serious.

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