a. NK creates an incident, SK counter attacks, and NK screams to the compliant 'world press' and angles for a bribe in return for not further escallating the situation.
b. NK creates an incident, SK doesn't respond, and NK parades its victory over the cowrdly capitolists to the compliant 'world press' and angles for a bribe in return for not further escallating the situation.
c. NK impliments economic reforms which reduce the livelyhoods of those in the upper ranks, resulting a 'palace revolution' eliminating the 'reformers' and returning to the status quo.
d. NK does nothing, the wheels finish falling off the economy, and the NK leadership attempts to flee the country ahead of the howling mob.
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