World War III Fears Culminated by Korean Standoff, China Caught on Cross hairs

Fears of a World war are misplaced, an Intelligence associate has confirmed. Though the Korean Peninsula conflict and the Chino-American confrontation at Yellow sea seem to point to a third world war, diplomacy backed by rules of engagement are far from compromised.

CIA, Mossand, MI6 among other international intelligence organizations have been busy this week trying to demilitarize the looming confrontation.

Strategically, North Korea could be more interested in fueling a confrontation that would force US and China to severe diplomacy and even engage each other militarily. This can be a critical in today

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