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Will USA denuclearize North Korea by force: USA deploys navy strike team

Discussion in 'International Politics' started by InfoWarrior, Apr 11, 2017.

  1. SrNair

    SrNair Captain FULL MEMBER

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    I think your friend Chinese wont support that idea .
    The very existence of Chinese economy is totally depend on the West
     
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    YarS Lieutenant FULL MEMBER

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    My personal opinion is just my personal opinion. Chinese opinion can be different, but they really see that Yank's want too much. China now send forces on Korean border, and in case of US-agression there will be Korean war 2.0 - NK, Russia, China vs SK, USA, Japan.
     
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    No my friend .
    China wont come NK's rescue .Not any more .US is doing all this after their consultation with China .
    NK is already out of control.
    Russia also wont waste their resources for that nuts in NK
     
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    thesolar65 2nd Lieutant FULL MEMBER

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    My visualization is like this. Once the war starts, Kim will apply for Asylum in China which will be accepted instantly. That way Kim will save his butt and China their honour! Everybody will go like a happy man. But US has to show courage and start firing.

    If US succeeds, Trump will become a hero and winning next election is a definite. World will get another cheap industry after China and Taiwan!.
     
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    Not going to happen .
    If that happens SK,Japan etc wont be there to see the US victory.
    Kim is a madman
     
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    Or to share with them the bitterness of defeat.
    Trump is madman too. Only difference between them - Kim don't attack neutral countries.
     
  7. SrNair

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    Dude Neither China nor your motherland interfere in NK case .
    Sole reason is this Kim guy .
    He is a dumb and madman and cant be trusted .Chinese already left them for their fate
     
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    Not likely to happen soon,North Korea is stubborn and to make them stop Nuclearization,you have to invade them,which USA will not be willing to do,with Trump being so early in power,he will face lot of flak for doing the same wars and sending American soldiers for wars abroad,he has criticized Obama for.
     
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    We told Saddam and his officers, if they used WMD against American troops we would execute every one of them.
     
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    'Will start looking at trade relations': US warns China over North Korea

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    US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping met on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Hamburg. (Reuters photo)
    HIGHLIGHTS
    • US has become increasingly frustrated at what it sees as Beijing's failure to ensure sanctions against North Korea are fully implemented.
    • While the Trump administration has tried to enlist China's help in persuading North Korea, it has shown signs of giving up on Beijing.


    WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump has made it clear to China that he will "start looking" at trade relations with the country if it did not help stop North Korea's aggressive behaviour, US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said on Sunday.

    Amidst indication that America may toughen stance against North Korea which recently successfully tested intercontinental ballistic missile, Haley said that there will be a response if China blocked or vetoed any move to impose additional sanctions against North Korea.




    "Then I think there will be a response," Haley told CNN in an interview.

    "If they don't go along with that, the President has made it clear that he will start looking at trade relations with China. So we have to see," she said.

    Haley, the first Indian-American holding a cabinet rank in any US presidential administration, said that there were a lot of options on the table when it comes to dealing with China.

    "Now the ball's in their court," she said.

    "China has a choice to make. They're either going to go along with us and the rest of the international community and say, yes, we think that what North Korea did was wrong, or they're not," she said.

    Appearing on the same talk show, former defence secretary Ashton Carter said that it is time to push China and North Korea to a corner.

    "I think it's important not to take the idea of military action on the Korean Peninsula or war lightly. This is a situation in which we need to get North Korea and China in a corner, and not put our president in a corner," Carter told CNN.


    http://m.timesofindia.com/world/us/...ina-over-north-korea/articleshow/59516638.cms
     
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