Nuclear War Vs South Korean War

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Since the end of the Korean War, the DMZ (de-militarized zone) has been maintained. The U.S. has 45,000 troops stationed in South Korea. Today, North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong Il is trying to complete his goal of having nuclear weapons that he can launch into South Korea, Japan, or even the U.S. The U.S. is trying to get China, North Korea’s biggest trading partner and ally, to stop Kim Jong Il’s nuclear aggression. Japan and South Korea are two of America’s closest allies, and any attack on either of those countries will be perceived as an attack on the U.S., so our diplomas are working hard to avoid nuclear war, which could kill millions of
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