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 Building Bridges 
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 Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg  
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We Have Met the Enemy of World Peace & it is US: Whose Weapons of Mass Destruction Have Been Used & Threaten
the Safety and Peace of the World?
Prof. Christine Hong, The Korea Policy Institute, an independent research and educational institute that provides timely analysis of U.S. policies toward Korea and developments on the Korean peninsula.

Trump left the world waiting to exhale as he used gun boat diplomacy with North Korea. He threatened war with North Korea and then left to luxuriate at his Mar-a-Lago resort while the rest of us were left in a state of high anxiety. Trump left for the weekend relaxing in Palm Beach amid reports that the U.S. could be preparing a pre-emptive strike in East
Asia in anticipation of North Korea conducting a nuclear test or missile launch. The United States, claimed then it had sent an aircraft carrier strike group to the Korean Peninsula region, and Trump had repeatedly tweeted that if China will not use its leverage to rein in North Korea, the United States would act.

Meanwhile, while accusing North Korea of belligerent behavior the U.S. military has been conducting large-scale military exercises with South Korean forces in previous weeks. These drills are obviously provocative to the North, pushing the Korean Peninsula, the world's biggest hotspot, to the brink of war with its naval strike group presumably looming on the horizon.

Trump has created a dangerous situation in which a thermo-nuclear war could break out on the peninsula and pose a threat to the worlds peace and security. To better a real understanding of the overlooked
past behind US-North Korea Relations to be able to respond to the present Building Bridges speaks with Prof. Christine Hong.
produced by Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash
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