Farlandia has been accused of keeping WMDs (Weapons of Mass
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Farlandia has been accused of keeping WMDs (Weapons of Mass Destruction). The US Secretary of State has given statements that call for action against the Farlandia if it does not agree to disclose all the information related to the WMDs it has at present. As per the Secretary, the goal is to ensure that the peace prevail for the people of Farlandia and the world. The statement of US Secretary has attracted mixed views from various newspapers from the three regions of Farlandia, namely, Westland, Northland, and Middleland. The press in the Middleland has urged for settlement through talks. The stressing of the ‘newspaper from this region’ on talks reflects the orientation of the Farlandia government as that newspaper is the country’s official press agency and strongly controlled by the government. The newspapers in the Westland have mixed view. The Westland Daily Journal, whose lead commentator is President’s brother-in-law, asserts that the US and its allies are imposing unnecessary power to seek minerals of the country. Therefore, US should engage in talks instead of provoking others. On the other hand, the privately owned Westland Daily News is pro-US statements. Moreover, the Northland media is also pro-US statements and calls for Farlandia to disclose WMD secrecies and agree to disarm. Consideration of these mixed views, suggests that the independent media agree to what US Secretary of States says and believes, however, the media controlled by Farlandia government is denying the charges and expecting peaceful talks. Ethically, government should go for peaceful talks as reactions from Farlandia might bring destruction and will serve no purpose.
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