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North Korea-US Relations / Threats / A War Scenario #1114624

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 09, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's retired Army Gen. James "Spider" Marks about a war scenario with North Korea; maps shown. [MARKS - outlines the invasion corridors from the North & a US military response, the proximity of major city Seoul, South Korea, to the North, a reverse invasion using the same corridors.] [Retired Gen. Mark HERTLING - offer views on the military exercises with South Korea, the challenges of the difficult Korean terrain.] [Retired Gen. Wesley CLARK - offer views on US military resources in a war scenario & what happens if we wait for North Korea to launch missiles, the need for diplomacy to explains options.]
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