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The 67-Year War: Should the USA and North Korea sign a peace treaty?
Should the USA and North Korea sign a peace treaty?
A peace treaty will create a higher degree of certainty between the stakeholders
A peace treaty between the US and North Korea should involve South Korea.
A peace treaty between the US and North Korea is economically very promising.
A peace treaty would rob the North Korean regime the portrail of the US as the agressor
A peace treaty between the USA and North Korea would ward off the threat of a nuclear war.
A peace treaty and its discussion before-hand would bring all stakeholders back to the table.
A peace treaty would reduce the purpose of maintaining strong army's on the peninsula and its region.
A peace treaty without parallel denuclearization would take away a leverage of the West without gaining much.
A peace treaty between US and North Korea potentially increases US-China tensions
A peace treaty should be the end of the peace progress rather than the beginning.
An intervention is needed in the system which North Korean people are subjugated to. The US' strong military force is needed for change.
A peace treaty should rather be the end of a peace process and not the first step
North Korea is incredibly oppressive towards its own people, and to associate and make peace with its leaders would go against the principles that the USA should stand for.
A peace treaty would elevate North Korea's status in the international political arena and boost its nuclear ambitions.
Should the US stop trying to force North Korea to abandon its nuclear program?
South Korea should abandon its goal of unification with North Korea
North Korea should not give up its nuclear weapons for its national security.