Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi recently referred to the escalating tension between the United States and North Korea and said, “The two sides are like two accelerating trains coming toward each other, and neither side is willing to give way.” Are both sides preparing for a head-on collision?
ZoominKorea’s Hyun Lee spoke to Brian Becker on Sputnik News’ “Loud and Clear” about the danger of a potential U.S. military strike against North Korea.
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As Trump visits, the new U.S. mega-base south of Seoul — Camp Humphreys — is almost complete. It is a major helicopter base, home to a rotational Attack Reconnaissance squadron. Attack assets like Apache, Blackhawk and Chinook helicopters fly out of Humphreys mostly at night and the 8,000 foot long airfield is large enough to land C-130s or other fighter jets from nearby Osan Air Base.read more
ZoominKorea’s Hyun Lee discussed Trump’s recent visit to South Korea and the ongoing US-North Korea crisis on “By Any Means Necessary,” hosted by Eugene Puryear and Sean Blackmon on Sputnik Radio.read more
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On April 22, 80 people blocked two military vehicles carrying hazardous material from entering the deployment site for the U.S. THAAD missile defense system. The protesters stood their ground for six hours to stop the vehicles from crossing Jinbat Bridge to the deployment site.read more