North Korea won a diplomatic gold in Pyeongchang as leader Kim Jong Un's smiling sister and an army of cheerleading beauties captured the world's attention.
But due credit should also go to South Korea for successfully hosting the biggest Winter Olympics with possibly the highest diplomatic stakes in history. It deftly dealt with its unpredictable neighbour and even secured an invitation to go up north.
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