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North Korea Sends Serious Threat To Britain And Australia

26 Août 2017

North Korea's military said in a statement that it would launch an unspecified "merciless retaliation and unsparing punishment" on the United States over the Ulchi Freedom Guardian drills that began Monday for an 11-day run.

They are taking place at a time of high tension on the Korean peninsula following inflammatory rhetoric between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and us president Donald Trump. But I don't concur with those estimates.

The military war games conducted by the United States and South Korea elicited a typical North Korean response.

"For as long as USA security guarantees are reliable, I don't think South Korea has any need at this time for nuclear weapons", said Acton. This is why China has not always fully enforced sanctions on its neighbor; it is in a sort of a mutual hostage situation. During the recent crisis over North Korea's nuclear and missile programs, the government's foreign policy and security teams have seemed to be tagging along behind the USA as it has vacillated between hawkish and dovish positions, rather than actively seeking a solution. However, North Korea's planes are mostly obsolete Chinese and Soviet aircraft.

Japan on Friday approved the freezing of assets of additional foreign firms, due to their links with North Korea, which includes adopting new unilateral sanctions.

The photos show North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un visiting a plant that makes engines for the missiles.

Jiro Ishimaru, a Japanese filmmaker who works with a number of citizen reporters inside the North, said a key issue for the country is there are "too many soldiers to feed".

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The UK's membership of NATO does not automatically oblige it to participate in a conflict between the USA and North Korea, even if the latter attacks military bases in the Pacific.

"I don't think they will quickly agree on negotiations", Zhu said of North Korea.

Japan would probably also support initial bilateral discussions between the United States and North Korea, according to Tsuneo Watanabe, a senior research fellow at the Sasakawa Peace Foundation in Tokyo.

"This is exactly what Kim Jong-un wants - to project an image of strength, that he and the people are one and the same", he said.

The resolution targets North Korea's trade in coal, iron, lead and seafood, potentially reducing the value of the DPRK's exports by a third.

The country condemned the military drills the USA is conducting with the South and branded Trump "weird" and "ego-driven", not long after Trump claimed Kim was starting to "respect" him. The regime last tested a nuclear device in September 2016, the fifth since 2006. The last two tests have been intercontinental ballistic missiles.

"Tillerson is smart to try and break the cycle of ignoring them when they don't do anything", Delury said.

North Korea Sends Serious Threat To Britain And Australia