This post was originally published in The Peace Report.
Would Trump try to promote real peace on the Korean Peninsula? Here’s four reasons why Trump will pledge for peace on the Korean Peninsula.
This video was produced by The Peace Report with contributions by ZoominKorea. The Peace Report (TPR) is an anti-war media for peace and justice created to help educate the public about the problems surrounding militarism, wars, conflicts, and the effects of military spending.
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