As a consequence of years of isolation and human neglect, the De-Militarized Zone, universally known as the DMZ
, has now become one of the world's best-preserved havens for endangered animals, a success story for nature even amid continued diplomatic failures between the northern and southern states of a long-separated single nationality.
But these days the war in the DMZ
is mostly fought on the psychological level.
Previously, VA recognized that Agent Orange exposure could only be conceded to veterans who served in certain units along the Korean DMZ
between April 1968 and July 1969.
As newspaper headlines blared division, operations at the Kaesong complex continued nearly unfettered, along with the steady flow of traffic that transits the DMZ
each day to support it.
It would be the first time the United States' top diplomat and defense chief visit the DMZ
, which stretches from the east to west coasts of the Korean Peninsula, was established between South and North Korea after the 1950-53 Korean War, which ended in a truce.
He hadn't left his urban Seoul office for the duration of his military service, and it was his first trip to the DMZ
I also have trouble believing that Matthew would survive: the DMZ
is portrayed as an interesting series of neighborhoods, but it's still a war-zone.
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Excluding humans from the DMZ
has allowed an unexpected and extraordinary experiment with nature to unfold.
Currently, three million tourists per year, mostly Korean, flock to the DMZ
, to witness the relic of cold war confrontation, not to mention copious amounts of barbed wire.