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GUEST COMMENTARY: U.S. families could be caught in Korea crossfire

4:07 PM, Apr. 29, 2013
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North Korea may not yet have the capability to deliver a nuclear warhead anywhere, but it still may be suicidal enough to attack South Korea and start a conventional war on the peninsula. Such an attack, in its initial stages, would inflict a great amount of damage to South Korea.

If the North were to attack, tens of thousands of American civilians (noncombatants), including military dependents residing in and around the capital city of Seoul, could very well be caught in the crossfire. A major dilemma for the U.S. is how to keep these Americans safe and/or evacuate them in the event of war.

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