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Five experts discuss what a war on the Korean peninsula would look like, how close we are to conflict, and the terrifying consequences.
With tensions between the US and North Korea escalating, we asked a group of experts including Senator Tammy Duckworth, about the likelihood and consequences of reigniting war on the Korean Peninsula. International sanctions have put pressure on the North Korean regime, but they have yet to capitulate to US demands to unilaterally disarm their nuclear armaments program. The Trump administration had cited this as a requirement for resuming diplomatic negotiations.