The 2017-18 North Korea crisis was a term of tensions between USA-icon.png USAball and North Korea-icon.png North Koreaball. North Korea-icon.png North Koreaball was conducting nuclear & missile weapon tests. USA-icon.png USAball was afraid of what would happen, since North Korea-icon.png North Koreaball was developing nuclear weapons at a fast rate. Tensions began to appear between them both.

North Korea-icon.png North Koreaball also threatened to nuke Australia-icon.png Australiaball and accused them of siding with USA-icon.png USAball. There was little hope on what would happen, the world feared there would be war. Until, in 2018, tensions between USA-icon.png USAball and North Korea-icon.png North Koreaball began to ease, when North Korea-icon.png North Koreaball began to have talks with South Korea-icon.png South Koreaball. Diplomacy began to spread with North Korea-icon.png North Koreaball.

On 12 June 2018, a summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong un was held in Singapore-icon.png Tringapore. This was the day the crisis ended. A later meeting was in still held in Vietnamball.

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