Pyongyang, October 27 (KCNA) — The power politics and arbitrary practice of the imperialists and dominationists are the main threat to the global peace and security, observes Rodong Sinmun today in a signed article.
The principle of justice and impartiality is ignored in the international relations, the principle of equal sovereignty vital to UN activities is shaken to its very foundation and serious armed intervention in the internal affairs of sovereign states is practiced. All this is chiefly attributable to power politics and arbitrary practice.
The imperialist forces are entirely to blame for power politics and arbitrary practice.
The imperialists’ power politics and arbitrary practice cannot but pose themselves as a most serious matter in the international relations as there are no military competitors and the balance of forces is upset.
The power politics and arbitrary practice pose a potential threat to the global peace and security because they are accompanied by the use of force.
This is well illustrated by the Balkan crisis.
Taking the air strike against Yugoslavia as a precedent, the imperialists will continue to resort to military threat and intervention in weak countries on this or that absurd pretext.
The Korean peninsula is exposed to the danger of power politics and arbitrary practice.
This is one of the reasons why they are a main threat to the global peace and security.
Following the Balkan crisis the U.S. designated the Korean peninsula as the next target of its military operation.
Power politics and arbitrary practice should never be allowed and connived at if the global peace and security are to be ensured.
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