Published: Thu, February 08, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Kissinger Says Chance For 'Pre-Emptive Attack Is Strong' On North Korea

Kissinger Says Chance For 'Pre-Emptive Attack Is Strong' On North Korea

But because of North Korea's boasting that its nuclear warheads can now reach any city on the United States mainland, President Trump has ordered a second look at the USA nuclear program.

"We will continue to isolate North Korea until it abandons its nuclear and ballistic missile program once and for all".

The Feb. 4 editorial "An unnecessary nuclear detour" argued against acquiring a new air-launched cruise missile armed with a low-yield nuclear warhead. However, the United States has considered, rightly claimed South Korea as the sole legitimate representative of all of Korea.

"A limited pre-emptive strike on the DPRK is under consideration within the U.S. administration".

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Mr Trump was warned if he destroyed "even a single blade of grass" in North Korea he would be punished with "hell".

The US ambassador added that China and Russian Federation were expanding their nuclear arsenals, a claim that prompted anger from their delegations.

But Michael Madden, who runs the analysis blog North Korea Leadership Watch, says Kim started pumping iron after he returned to the Stalinist nation after being privately schooled in Europe.

"Then we're living in a new world, in which technically competent countries with adequate command structures are possessing nuclear weapons in an area where there are considerable national disagreements", Kissinger explained.

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It is truly unfortunate that the United States is renewing its attention to its nuclear arsenal, after eight years.

North Korean diplomats once made a state request to officials in China pleading for them to stop referring to "glorious leader" Kim Jong-un as FAT.

The Nobel Peace laureate "Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs" has warned that the latest development of USA nuclear weapons policy "will serve only to increase the saliency and attractiveness of nuclear weapons, and will certainly not enhance global security".

Yet there is a relatively simple step the United States could take that would 1) limit President Trump's nuclear options, 2) reduce the risk of war, 3) respond to growing worldwide calls to eliminate atomic arms, and 4) save a boatload of money.

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North Korea followed up July 28th with another ICBM test, this time reaching a height of 2,300 miles, which on the right trajectory could possibly have reached Washington D.C., 6,800 miles away. The UN General Assembly also passed a resolution to impose economic sanctions in a bid to achieving a fully denuclearized Korean peninsula which has been under high tensions since the end of the Korea War which ended in an armistice in 1953.

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