NK has offered multiple times over the last 25 years to abandon their nuke program if the US and allies would stop playing war games off their coast and near their airspace. We usually refuse to stop, and they troll us and the rest of the world wor
Posted By: Puget Ute
Date: Wednesday 16 May 2018, at 06:43 am Recommended by
For concessions. But this time there may have been a chance for real changes in the situation, because South Korea has a preside now who is not a far right-wing hardliner (a major change after 65+ years) and also NK already HAS the bomb, with nothing more to prove.