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the first time, please read Part 1-7
of the basic paper below first.
We can see signs of change in the
North Korean situation.
North Korea has conducted a
short-range missile launch tests
twice this month (May 2019) on
the 4th and 9th.
The Pentagon has declared that
what was fired on May 9 was a
“ballistic missile.” The missile flew
about 300 kilometers eastward and
dropped to the sea. The launch of
ballistic missiles by North Korea was
the first in one year and five months
since November 29, 2017.
Meanwhile on the sea, on May 9, the
US Justice Department announced
that it had seized a North Korean-
flagged cargo ship that was
transporting coal (BBC News).
This is the first time that the United
States has seized North Korean ships.
The reason is that North Korea’s
coal transportation is prohibited
by the United Nations Security
Council’s economic sanctions.
The United States has announced
that this foreclosure is irrelevant
to the missile launch experiments
on the 4th and 9th.
As tension increases, pessimistic
views spread in the mass media.
However, there are various processes
in the course that rivers flow toward
the ocean. The river hit a rock at one
time, pass through the valley and it
encounter a cliff and become a fierce
However, it is absolutely certain that
all rivers finally reach the ocean.
The same is true for North Korea,
and it is certain that it will finally reach