09 September 2003

Anti-WMD efforts get serious

[source, source]
The United States and 10 of its allies will press on with plans to intercept vessels suspected of carrying weapons of mass destruction despite a warning from China that the move could be illegal. […] The 11 countries have agreed to board ships, force planes to land and inspect cargoes if they suspect that chemical, nuclear or biological weapons are being transported.
Yow! That's hardcore. It's certainly about time that the anti-proliferation forces put up or shut up.
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How can they be bad if the US doesn't like them?

[source] A good post on the tragedy of South Korea's affection for the DPRK. It also discusses a bit the delusional state of those who left wealth and freedom in Japan to help build Kim Il Sung's regime.
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