Chilling prospects in new cold war | The Australian

IMAGINE the anger that would be reverberating around the world if the US had, unprovoked in any way, sunk a Cuban ship, killing dozens of sailors - or if Israel had similarly blown up a Syrian vessel, drowning half its crew.
The deaths of 46 South Koreans, killed when a torpedo from a North Korean submarine sliced in half their 1200-tonne corvette, the Cheonan, on March 26 have so far been treated overseas as chiefly a parochial concern. Full Story »

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by Samuel W. Velsor IV - May. 26, 2010

A very factual op-ed by the Asia-Pacific Editor who also took aim at the lack of world attention to the Korean prospect of a new cold war, and how much attention there would have been if it had been Isreal or the USA.

The economics of this crisis are begining to be felt and fear much more so sooner than later.

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