Is the Korean Demilitarized Zone poised to become "ground zero for the end of the world"? Historian Bruce Cumings, the author of The Origins of the Korean War, raised this question in a recent article for the London Review of Books, and judging by a series of exchanges between the United States and North Korea in recent weeks, the possibility may not be as remote as it once seemed.
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The US always has used the rest of the world as its weapons testing range. It would not surprise me one bit if the Korean peninsula were to become its next potential desert.
Keep in mind that the US itself would not escape the radioactive fallout from any attack on North Korea:
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