North Korea threatens South Korea, the U.S. and ASEAN, should be aware of regional stability.

North Korea threatens South Korea, the U.S. and ASEAN, should be aware of regional stability.

Jakarta : Indonesia | Nov 23, 2012 at 10:38 PM PST
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South Korean veterans denounce North Korea's attack on Yeonpyeong island

North Korea threatens South Korea, the U.S. and ASEAN, should be aware of regional stability.

Domino theory has fallen. But torpor. Communism has not officially dead. Vietnam war history should not be buried in the literature, it is one of the Asian communist movement, which had defeated the U.S. in Vietnam. The power of communism in Vietnam are controlled by China and Russia, should still be on the look out. Although the situation in the region think, communism died with the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991. Keep in mind, communism politically and economically, has changed appearance and performed in various communities, such as Solentiname Islands in Nicaragua. Now the Asian region should be a concern of the U.S., the South China Sea conflict like embers that threaten the region. For the record, China continues to strengthen its armed forces to produce a massive aircraft carrier, to try to lord region. Korean Peninsula seems to have the full attention in the form of extra security.

Threat of North Korea, that they will repeat the artillery attack on a border island, as on November 23, 2010, the shelling of Yeonpyeong island, near the disputed Yellow Sea border. Yeonpyeong Island, located just south of the North Korean border with South Korea, which is in charge of UN troops after the 1950-1953 Korean War, but the waters in the north of the island is part of North Korea. Bombardment action against the island on November 23, 2010, causing the deaths of two South Korean marines and two civilians. The clash was the most serious incidents that have occurred since the war that separates the two countries on the Korean peninsula.

Arrogance North Korea, it seems it's time to be alert. Communist bloc countries, as quoted by the official North Korean news agency KCNA, the North Korean military of spokesman, said sorry for not Yeonpyeong island sank into the sea, because the South Korean island using civilians as their shields. Steadfast determination that will not be missed, if South Korea tries to provoke again. The attack was retaliation for military exercises with real bullets held South Korea. Because the bullet shells falling in the Yellow Sea border, which is still in dispute today. Excerpt AFP on Monday, South Korean war games, which are scheduled for Friday, will include field exercises and simulations for the marines stationed on the island of Yeonpyeong and other fleets.

South Korea, Seoul, worried that North Korea will provoke a confrontation before the presidential election for South Korea, which is scheduled to take place on December 19, forthcoming. South Korea, increasing the number of soldiers to improve front-line defense in a number of the island's borders, since the shooting on November 23, on the island of Yeonpyeong. South Korean military exercises, will not use real bullets, according to, the South Korean military spokesman, a compromise in the face of a military response from Pyongyang.

Whatever the arguments that exist between North and South Korea, the U.S. and its allies, with ASEAN should immediately take steps international policy, to implementation, stability and security in Asia. Communism remains a threat lurking from behind labyrinths. As defined, Anthony Giddens, modern sociologists contributor, Britain, known as the "theory of structuring," in a thorough consideration to modern society; Communism and socialism actually dead yet. Currently, in many countries, communism has turned into a new form. Whether it's 'New Left', or even communism typical like Cuba and Vietnam.


Sources: Reuters News, AFP, Antara News, Wikipedia,

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TaschTaufan is based in Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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