Yahoo Homer. REALLY?SEOUL (Reuters)- North and South Korea announced on Thursday they were planning to hold talks for the first time since February 2011, signaling attempts to repair ties that have been ruptured for months.
For months earlier this year, North Korea unleashed an almost daily stream of threats against the South and its ally, the United States, vowing to attack them with nuclear weapons. Tension on the Korean peninsula was at the highest in decades, but has waned since joint U.S.-South Korean military drills ended in late April.
North Korea's state-owned KCNA news agency issued a statement on Thursday proposing talks with the South on normalizing commercial projects, including the joint industrial zone that was closed at the height of tensions in early April.
It also said Pyongyang would restore severed communications channels if the South accepted the offer of talks, indicating it was prepared to roll back a series of hostile steps it has taken as relations deteriorated.
Another win for the strong foreign policy of the Obama administration.
Are the actual FACTS of TRUTH on Libya too much to swallow?
FAILED or either NO FOREIGN POLICY applied in Libya--then LIE to the American public about it-blatantly.
It's SHAMEFUL, and NOT in AMERICAS "best interest"!