January 19, 2011

Seoul Wants Obama to Get Serious on Pyongyang

Donald Kirk, Asia Times

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South Korean officials are scarcely hiding their misgivings as US President Barack Obama primps and preens to receive China's President Hu Jintao at the White House on a state visit with all bells and whistles on Wednesday.

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