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Eye on National Security (North Korea War) #954966

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 16, 2009
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(Studio: Katie Couric) A letter from President Obama to North Korea leader Kim Jong-Il noted.

(Pentagon: David Martin) What would happen in a US-South Korea war with North Korea examined; details given about the capabilities of the North Korean army, how the US & South Korea would respond to an attack by the North & how an attack would be carried out; diagrams shown. [Analyst John TILELLI††- says a war with North Korea would be short; speculates on casualties.] ["Jane's Defence Weekly" Joseph BERMUDEZ††- outlines what North Korea would hope to gain & what weapons they would use.] [October 28, 2008, Secretary of Defense Robert GATES - says the US would respond to the use of weapons of mass destruction.]

Couric, Katie;
Martin, David

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