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UN alert as North Korea enters state of war

 
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THE situation in North Korea is more unpredictable than at any point in the past following the change in leadership that has obscured who is really running the secretive regime.

As North Korea declared a "state of war" with South Korea and the federal government prepared to toughen the sanctions regime against the hermit kingdom, Australia's permanent ambassador to the UN, Gary Quinlan, said the regime in Pyongyang had become increasingly difficult to predict.

Mr Quinlan, who represents Australia on the UN Security Council, where Australia holds a non-permanent seat, said the rhetoric emanating from North Korea during the past few weeks had been "far stronger" than anything in the past.

"Their rhetoric has always been pretty out there," Mr Quinlan told The Australian. "It's now stronger than in the past and there's been a change of leadership in North Korea and it's an unpredictable change."
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03/31/2013 06:29 AM

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Mr Quinlan said North Korea appeared to have become even more isolated, to the point where traditional allies such as China appeared to have little influence over the rogue state.

He said a recent attempt by Beijing to send its special envoy to Pyongyang had been rebuffed.

"In the past their relationship with China, for example, was one where they would listen," Mr Quinlan said. "They may not agree with what China was saying to them at various stages, but they would listen. Now they seem to have walked away from even listening to China."
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Mr Quinlan said North Korea appeared to have become even more isolated, to the point where traditional allies such as China appeared to have little influence over the rogue state.

He said a recent attempt by Beijing to send its special envoy to Pyongyang had been rebuffed.

"In the past their relationship with China, for example, was one where they would listen," Mr Quinlan said. "They may not agree with what China was saying to them at various stages, but they would listen. Now they seem to have walked away from even listening to China."

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