August 8, 2007

North and South

Leaders from both sides of the Korean divide are to hold a summit at the end of August, only the second ever between the two nations.

North Korea needs to do everything in its power to improve the nation's economical crisis. Poverty is hitting North Korea at a fast pace, and making peace with foreign countries, especially with neighboring South Korea, is the first step for bringing effective changes.

History has shown time and again that artificial and / or armed borders do not work in the very long term. However, they are good for a time just as it's good to keep fighting individuals apart to stop them damaging each other too much. Eventually men of peace (on both sides) come to their senses and realize the blame game doesn't work either and that 'free' men and women (people power) will prevail.

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