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(The New York Times)   America and Japan sign pact to strengthen military power in Asia. China and South Korea on record as saying "DAFUQ?"   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, South Korean, Japan, collective securities, Shinzo Abe, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, Secretary of State John Kerry, military threat, East China Sea  
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2013-10-03 09:18:48 AM  
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AverageAmericanGuy: Dansker: South Korea? Is it already Opposite Day again?

Well, North Korea is still trying to figure out what kind of string is best to use with their tin cans.

SK and Japan are hating on each other pretty hard right now.

South Korea is also pretty happy about being defended by the US, and I see no evidence, in this article or anywhere else, that yesterday's agreement, which specifically calls for "trilateral cooperation between the United States, South Korea and Japan to face common threats, like North Korea's nuclear program" makes SK go "dafuq!?"
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