Relations between North and South Korea can always get worse, it seems: South Korean officials speaking on the condition of anonymity said the country will lay blame on North Korea for the torpedo attack on March 26 on a warship that killed 46. Officials pinpointed blame by saying the torpedo used is identical to other North Korean torpedoes. Even after laying blame, South Korea remains in a sticky position: The president must react to the attack, but be mindful that North Korea could easily devastate the country with an attack. South Korea will ask the U.N. Security Council to look into the issue and tightening sanctions against the North. The U.S. has indicated it will support this move. China, meanwhile, has pushed for more dialogue between the North and South.