Wyly Wade

U.S. concerned over North Korean arms ship, Panama awaits U.N.

English: Joe R. Reeder

Joe Reeder, former chairman of the Panama Canal Commission‘s Board of Directors and an ex-under secretary of the U.S. Army, said Panama‘s security apparatus cooperated closely with U.S. authorities, who may have shared intelligence on the ship.

As China has started to change their policy around the 38th parallel it is interesting that the UN and others are starting to notice a continued flow of strategic weaponry in and out of the Korean peninsula. The cost of China’s restraint may be implicitly accepting North Korea as a nuclear state, or tolerating additional war-like acts by the North, both of which would further imperil China’s priority of regional stability.


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