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Aug 15, 2010 6:00pm EDT
about half of those come from china and japan. europeans and americans who account for about a third of korea's tourists are now beginning to discover the wonders of the country. korea is entirely and easily accessible by car, bus or high-speed train, and there are mountains everywhere you look. they're stunning. as far as culture is concerned, korea is often called a museum without walls. the country's slogan of die a numbera korea and korea sparkling say it all. there are five palaces right in the middle of downtown seoul. we're standing in front of the chung duck palace 600 years old. a beautiful marriage of nature and architecture, including the secret garden. actually, korea has been green for years. this palace is smack in the middle of downtown seoul which demonstrates not only the possibility but also the reality of man living in harmony with nature. the chung duck palace was built in 1405 and 500 years later was added to the list of world heritage sites. the location of the palace was selected in order to be one with the valley in which it sits. and the placement for the bui
WHUT
Jul 29, 2012 6:00pm EDT
, meaning, u.s., russia, china, uk, and france. which at the time of the signing of the nuclear non-proliferation treaty in the 1970's already had weapons and said, ok, we will disarm over time. but in the meantime, we have legal access to weapons. there were three countries that signed the nuclear nonproliferation treaty that have since developed a, most believe. that is india, pakistan, and israel. and then we have seen north korea should nuclear test that people believe relate to nuclear weapons. the nuclear weapons community is thankfully much smaller than we had worried about, but is growing, however slowly, which is not in the direction we want to see. >> this is kind of an interesting thing, and this occurred to me -- it has to do with how much we know that they have or might have. suddenly, in preparation for my conversation, iraq came into my mind. because we went to war over and weapons of mass destruction, which were not there. my next question is, when they talk about war, about nuclear weaponry in a country, i want to make sure that if that ever comes to pass somebody b
WHUT
May 13, 2012 10:00am EDT
., china, france, in the 1970's, already had weapons and we said you will disarm overtime, but in the meantime you have legal access to weapons. there are countries that have not signed the non-nuclear proliferation treaty, india, pakistan, and israel. and we have seen north korea shoot it clear tests that people relate to nuclear weapons. so the nuclear weapons community is thankfully much smaller than we are worried about, but it is also growing, however slowly, which is not the direction, that we want to see. >> iran is an interesting thing. this occurred to me. how much do we know that they might have or might not have? all of a sudden in preparation for our conversation, iraq came into mind. we went to war, against weapons of mass destruction that were not there. my question is, when they talk about war about nuclear weaponry in a country, i just want to make sure that if that ever comes to pass, somebody a had better make sure there are nuclear weapons there. >> nobody believes there are actual nuclear weapons in iran today. the issue that is concerning is that they are taking s
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