Tuesday, 2 October 2007

Who decides?

North Korea and South Korea are still formally at war, since the 1950's. I heard on the radio news that their respective leaders are meeting each other today/shortly, a rather non-warish move. It's the second time they meet since way back when there was a war. It's great.

But who decides when there is peace?

Never thought about that before.

1 comment:

S said...

Actually a valid question. 4 parties decide. North Korea and China, because they fought on one side. South Korea and the US, because they fought on the other.

After the talks the parties agreed to actively seek a meeting place for all 4 to talk about peace.