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The human cost of war on the Korean Peninsula is unthinkable

In this conversation, Steven Denney of the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto and a senior editor at SinoNK.com joins host Andre Goulet to discuss the South Korean diplomatic delegation's visit to Pyongyang and why the staggering potential human cost of a war on the Korean peninsula is unthinkable.

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Denney will also discuss what was up with January's weird Vancouver summit on Security and Stability on the Korean Peninsula organized by Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland and the U.S. State Department?

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