“I think this aggressive and irresponsible behaviour is related to crises of food security, because they’re afraid of an internal coup. It’s about redirecting the attention of the military away from themselves, and having those guns pointed toward the South.”
Andrew Natsios, distinguished professor in the practice of diplomacy, on possible motives of the attack by North Korea.
Korean Crisis Stems from Domestic Discord, Experts Say
November 24, 2010, The Star (Toronto, Canada)
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