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Studio interview: Peace prospect on the Peninsula

12-21-2010 13:51 BJT Special Report:Tension soars on Korean peninsula |

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For more analysis into the Korean Peninsula situation, we are joined by Professor Tao Wenzhao, our current affairs commentator. Welcome Professor Tao.

Q1: First it was the November 23rd bombardment on Yeonpyeong Island by the DPRK, and Monday it was South Korea's live-fire drills. Inter-Korean tensions on the Peninsula are having a bad effect on regional and international peace and stability. Given all this, what do you think the international community can do to try and calm the situation?

Q2: Over the past nine months, relations on the Korean Peninsular have swayed from a high point the two seeing reunions of war-torn families. At the lowest, we've had these deadly skirmishes. Now the DPRK is allowing in UN nuclear inspectors. What do you think the future holds for the peninsula? Many people had been worrying about a possible war, is that still a threat?

Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV.CN

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