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  • For first time since 2010, South Korea defense report doesn’t refer to North Korea as 'enemy'

    It’s the first time since 2010, the same year 50 South Koreans were killed in attacks blamed on the North, that the enemy label hasn’t been applied, and a further sign of better ties between the rivals.

    USA TODAY
  • South Korea defense report doesn't refer to North as enemy

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) " North Korea is no longer South Korea's "enemy," though Pyongyang's nuclear program still poses a security threat, according to Seoul's biennial defense document published Tuesday.It's the first time since 2010, the same year 50 South Koreans were killed in attacks blamed on the North, that the enemy label hasn't been applied, and a further sign of better ties between the rivals.The South Korean Defense Ministry white paper doesn't include past terms [

    The Palm Beach Post
  • South Korea defense report doesn't refer to North as enemy

    South Korea has stopped calling North Korea an "enemy" in its biennial defense document in an apparent effort to continue reconciliation with Pyongyang. The development comes as U.S. and North Korean leaders are looking to set up their second summit to defuse an international standoff over

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