By Alex Markovsky
After the end of the Second World War Asia, just like the rest of the world was in ruins and vulnerable to communist expansion. North Korea has been posing the principle challenge to the regional stability since its inception in 1948 and the 1953 armistice between North Korea and the United States did not alter the communists’ ambitions.
Given the strategic and political realities at the time, the United States emerged as the principal guarantor of peace.
Seventy years later, the geostrategic reality is fundamentally different.
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