Comments:North Korea warns of nuclear action

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Comments from feedback form - "Sorry but it wasn't an "intern..."

Sorry but it wasn't an "international" investigation. They comprised only potential allies of South-Korea (one European, Americans and the rest South-Koreans), in particular, there where no Chinese. Furthermore, access to information was under "discretion" of South-Korea.

195.240.69.36 (talk)10:51, 26 July 2010

"International" means "more than one nation". So it was international.

Gopher65talk13:12, 26 July 2010

But "international", like it or not, contains connotations of impartiality and consensus. An "international" effort was also mounted against the United Kingdom and the other members of the Allied Forces during World War 2, but that's generally not the phrasing we use to describe what the Axis and their allies were doing.

GarrickW (talk)15:05, 26 July 2010

Sweden, Australia, Britain and the United States and Canada (whether military staff or civilian experts) according to Wikipedia. [1]

67.251.4.137 (talk)22:29, 26 July 2010

Whether international or not, these exercises are something occurs every year to every other year depending on U.S. military commitments elsewhere. Threatening nuclear response to routine exercises is an escalation on the part of North Korea, regardless of who sank the ship.

Guardianstatue (talk)06:20, 27 July 2010

Yeah, Kim Jong Il is crazy. What else is new?

ArchabacteriaNematoda (talk)22:55, 27 July 2010
 
 
 
 
 

Comments from feedback form - "There should be a link to an a..."

There should be a link to an article on the sinking of the warship.

65.13.201.134 (talk)17:17, 26 July 2010