BORDER BLUSTER: in the latest sign of a warlike stance toward South Korea and the U.S., North Korea on Wednesday barred South Korean managers and trucks from crossing the border to enter Kaesong industrial park.
MUDDLED MOVE? The industrial park is not important for the South Korean economy overall. It has more significance to cash-strapped North Korea.
LATEST LOB: The Kaesong move came a day after the North said it would restart its long-shuttered plutonium reactor and a uranium enrichment plant. Both could produce fuel for nuclear weapons that North Korea is developing.
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