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U.S., S Korea open to expanded military drills to deter North

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By AAMER MADHANI and JOSH BOAK

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Biden sure ain’t Trump. That’s for sure.

This is very true. More stagnant and frostier relations ahead with Biden, hope Kim at least will answer he phone calls.

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I wonder what Kim Jong Un is thinking….

maybe he shouting…

” I want the other guy. The one who stepped into North Korea and kissed my rump! Where is he?!”

Biden sure ain’t Trump. That’s for sure.

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@ Kenchi

Considering expanding joint military exercises

That's what the article says !

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The US lost the Korean War and at that time NK didn’t have nukes or ballistic missiles that can reach America with possible hypersonic warheads.

ive learnt that in a knife fight, you don’t get close and back them against a wall. You keep a big distance and walk away.

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The previous US president took a different approach to 'diplomacy' which also seems to have failed.

He tried, nothing wrong with that, but nothing will change with the North and even this new President can’t change the paradigm of that regime.

But again his era will be remembered as one of dishonesty and lack of principles

To the globalists and elites probably, not to region of Koreans that saw the US at the time as taking a more calmer, methodical and calculated approach in trying to get into the mind and operations of Kim.

beyond socialism for the wealthy.

Not in the US

He also tried to undermine relations with nations that had been allies,

And now under this President how are these relations panning out? Looking at the social and economic situation and climate of the US we choice us help and is it coming, is it helping the people of the US or are these alliances helping the US Washington elite?

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still sabre-rattling after all these XyearsX centuries.

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It's nice to not have a President who praises Kim.

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nuclear threat from North Korea at a time when there's little hope of real diplomacy on the matter.

North Korea was created in large part by Stalin and the USSR, the Kim regime's seem to have got their approaches to 'diplomacy' from the Stalin era, North Korea and Russia today are carrying on similar forms of 'diplomacy' in the Putin era, with Putin's poodle Lavrov showing his disregard for 'diplomacy' by being dishonest and unprincipled.

Trump had considered scrapping the exercises and expressed affection for North Korean leader Kim Jong Un

The previous US president took a different approach to 'diplomacy' which also seems to have failed. But again his era will be remembered as one of dishonesty and lack of principles beyond socialism for the wealthy. He also tried to undermine relations with nations that had been allies, as opposed to President Biden who wants to build closer relations with many nations.

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Yes, giving up on diplomacy and instead, stepping up military exercises is sure to relieve tensions and finally convince NK the error of its ways….

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