May 3, 2010

A Signal of Peace in Korean Peninsula

Filed under: Uncategorized — Keynes @ 3:13 am

A North Korean train, carrying the country’s leader Kim Jong-Il, arrived at the Chinese city of Dandong, Yonhap news said. The news reported, the train is specially armed to protect the leader from a potential threaten. The final destination of the train has been supposed to Beijing, the capital of China.

Kim rarely takes a trip outside North Korea, isolated country. Many experts of international relations say this visit to China could mean North Korea’s return to the China-hosted international disarmament, including the issue of nuclear weapons program in the country.

I, personally, hope that this visit will be a signal of Korean Peninsula Denuclearization. In other words, if North Korea stops producing Nuclear weapon and rejoin Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), there would be a peaceful mood in the Korean Peninsula; and, in the entire Asia. There is no better value than peace in international relations. In terms of this viewpoint, I am expecting the result of the visit.


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