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N. Korea, China … are we afraid?

16 July 2017

Recent history has shown that presidential mismatch between the two allies has sometimes led to rocky bilateral coordination.

The officials say Trump is "frustrated" that his repeated demands for China to unilaterally solve North Korea, and that moving against Chinese businesses will be an expression of his frustration, expecting that it might convince China to do more. The sanctions are meant to apply meaningful pressure on a government which is all but single-handedly propping up a regime that threatens South Korea, Japan, and the United States with nuclear destruction.

She told the Security Council last week that the U.S. planned a new resolution that would also ensure existing measures are enforced.

Unfortunately for Moon, cracks emerged during their joint press appearance.

Yesterday's drill, created to "sternly respond" to potential missile launches by the North, saw two U.S. bombers destroy "enemy" missile batteries and South Korean jets mount precision strikes against underground command posts. Trump focused on the trade deficit and suggested South Korea was dumping steel and cars in the United States, while blocking USA goods from being competitive in the South Korean market. North Korea could be blockaded as a preliminary step, but ultimately its nuclear and missile development facilities, nuclear reactor, missile launching sites, etc. would probably have to be destroyed by bombing.

The drill simulated the two U.S. bombers destroying enemy ballistic missile batteries and South Korean jets mounting precision strikes against underground enemy command posts, it said.

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North Korean iron ore isn't covered by the same sort of restrictions. Add Stanford, Yale, Dartmouth, Chicago and other top-tier private American universities so popular with China's "red nobility" i.e., the children and grandchildren of Communist Chinese elites.

Against the North Korean regime, Donald has waged his usual tweeter war which he uses against all his enemies like the media.

China is by far North Korea's biggest trading partner, accounting for more than 80% of the hermit state's external trade for the past five years.

North Korea is a minor player compared with suppliers like Australia and Brazil. Whatever the ghastly toll in casualties a peninsular war would produce today, multiply it exponentially once Kim obtains nuclear ICBMs.

The administration has yet to see what it considers a sufficient response from China.

If both China and Russian Federation witnessed a massive flood of North Korean refugees fleeing for safety, then they would be concerned about North Korea, says Maginnis.

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Then on June 25, 1950, North Korea launched an attack across the 38th parallel, marking the start of the Korean War.

This outcome echoes analyses suggesting President Moon would be much more of a pragmatist than idealist in his approach toward Pyongyang.

In his latest piece, Crispin describes potential consequences of two fundamentally different futures: one where the Trump administration tolerates Pyongyang's crossing of the ICBM threshold, bringing it a step closer to possessing a capability to launch nuclear strikes on the us homeland, and one where Washington acts militarily to destroy the North Korean nuclear arsenal.

Then-Unification Minister Hong Yong-pyo said in in February of past year, "We've chose to completely suspend operations at the Kaesong Industrial Complex to prevent our investment there from being used to develop nuclear warheads and missiles".

The so-called secondary sanctions now being considered are a way for the United States to apply targeted economic pressure on companies in countries with ties to North Korea by denying them access to the USA market and financial system.

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N. Korea, China … are we afraid?