Winter, Mark 1958- :Korea Moves. 29 March 2012

Winter, Mark 1958- :Korea Moves. 29 March 2012
Date
2012
By
Southland times (Newspaper)
Ref
DCDL-0020611
Description
Cartoon headed with text 'Korea moves' with nuclear symbols in place of the 'o'in both words. One frame shows South Korea holding a 'Nuclear Safety Summit' - 'protection' and the other shows North Korea with a finger about to press a button that will launch a guided nuclear missile - 'propulsion'. There are three variations on this theme. Context: the Nuclear Safety Summit 26- 27 March in Seoul, South Korea. Mr Obama established the summit two years ago, as an element of his aim of eradicating nuclear weapons. Global leaders prepared to travel to Seoul for a nuclear security summit meeting, North Korea warned on Wednesday that any criticism of its nuclear weapons program would be considered a "declaration of war." (NY Times March 21 2012) Quantity: 4 digital cartoon(s).
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4 digital cartoon(s), Works of art, Digital images, Cartoons (Commentary)
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