6 Responses to Defense Secretary Leon Panetta warns North Korea against any further provocation

  1. FINN says:

    Hi Alvin,

    blessings from Norway. I read your site every day with great interest.

    I was wondering, is there any sites that offers your book as an e-book or PDF?

    Keep up the good work!



  2. Steve says:

    btw Alvin, could I possibly arrange to buy a ‘signed’ copy of your book from you – and even better, is there a hardcover publication at all?


  3. Mary says:

    Sorry Folks but this guy sucks


  4. Emanni says:

    The Hermit Kingdom becoming ever so isolated.

    China, SKorea, Japan try to ease NKorea tensions

    The leaders of China, South Korea and Japan said Sunday that they will work together to try to calm tensions on the Korean peninsula. The three largest East Asian economies also took steps toward deepening their economic ties by laying the groundwork for a regional free trade area.

    The nations — which together account for 90 percent of the East Asian economy — were holding their fifth annual trilateral summit, with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao hosting, and South Korean President Lee Myung-bak and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda attending.

    *** Lee said the three countries all agreed that any further provocations from North Korea would be unacceptable.


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