Tuesday, June 8, 2010

North Korea v. South Korea

North Korea's sinking of a South Korean ship has provoked rage in the region, as it is believed to be an act of deliberate aggression. The two nations are reportedly on the brink of war, which is inadvisable. North Korea must understand South Korea's anger, as their people have died in the tragedy.

They are brothers, but are now divided by social and military ideology, with South Korea fairing better in the world. There is also massive poverty and hunger in North Korea, which is regrettable.

The Judiciary Report's suggestion to North Korea is to take a page out of China's book and focus more on manufacturing not military might. It would solve a number of their nation's problems and create a more peaceful existence.

If the nation was more prosperous, the desire for war would not take precedence over everything else. The Judiciary Report wishes both nations well.