Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Stratfor: North Korea not Backing Down

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North Korea: No, Pyongyang Has Not Backed Down on Its Guam Threat

Is North Korea really "backing down" on its plan of action for a missile test in the direction of Guam? The country's military briefed President Kim Jong Un... angle 




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