North Korean hostility to South Korea an overture to the U.S.

02/3/2009 | Washington Post, The

North Korea -- which is preparing to test-launch a long-range missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead -- has stepped up its saber-rattling since the start of new administrations in South Korea and the U.S. New South Korean President Lee Myung-bak ended his nation's "sunshine" policy, which provided no-strings-attached food and aid supplies to North Korea; the hunger-starved nation has received no food since. Analysts argue that the real audience for North Korea's blunder may be U.S. President Barack Obama, whom North Korea would like to see put pressure on South Korea's Lee.

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