Published: Mon, August 14, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Chief of US JCS Due in South Korea

Chief of US JCS Due in South Korea

National security adviser H.R. McMaster on Sunday said the USA is "taking all possible actions" to defend against nuclear threats from North Korea, but declined to say how far the rogue regime would have to go before provoking a response. "Mother of dragons, Kim Jong-un, Donald Trump".

"The time for cranking up the antiwar machine is right now", he said.

Still, he said the USA is edging closer to war with Kim because of his nuclear provocations. But they're also saying that the possibility of war with the reclusive Asian nation is greater than it was a decade ago.

"And I think there's a much greater danger if there were to be any kind of degree of ambiguity in connection with the kind of response that Kim Jong Un could expect if he were to threaten the United States or our allies".

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On Wednesday, tens of thousands of North Koreans rallied on Kim Il-sung Square in Pyongyang, the capital, after the UN Security Council passed a new round of sanctions against the country.

Since the Clinton administration in the early 1990s, the US has reacted to Pyongyang's "nuclear blackmail" with negotiated agreements that lead to aid and an easing of sanctions followed invariably by broken promises, a growing nuclear arsenal and more threats.

North Korea warned foreign diplomats to leave Pyongyang in 2013 when it suspended work at a joint inter-Korean industrial park and threatened missile strikes on U.S. Pacific bases, notably in Guam and Hawaii.

Savage, the author of the best-selling "Trump's War: His Battle for America", noted Kim's threats are more than just talk, "he's actually been firing missiles". But Mattis said Thursday that the American effort was "diplomatically led".

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Trump's "firm break with 20-plus years of failed American policy on North Korea represents the one chance we might have to forestall a massive conflict on the Korean peninsula", said Jaffer in an email.

"There's nothing imminent today", he said on "Fox News Sunday".

He said he is "quite confident" that Kim's regime will keep test-firing missiles after launching two intercontinental ballistic missiles in July.

Pyongyang recently said it was working on a plan to launch a medium-range ballistic missile near the U.S. territory of Guam, some 3,200 km from North Korea.

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