North Korea–United States proxy conflict
|North Korea–United States proxy conflict|
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The North Korea–United States proxy conflict, sometimes also referred to as the North Korea–United States Cold War is the ongoing struggle for world influence between the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the United States of America.
North Korean supporters and proxies
Yugoslavia and Serbia
Maduro supporters in Venezuela
American supporters and proxies
Other involved parties
Involvement in regional conflicts
Syrian Civil War
Yemeni Civil War
Iraqi Civil War
War in Afghanistan
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- China–United States proxy conflict
- Iran–Saudi Arabia proxy conflict
- Iran–Israel proxy conflict
- Qatar–Saudi Arabia proxy conflict
- Cold War
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