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North Korea Is Pushing Its Limits With The Trump Administration

17 September 2017, 12:45 | Darnell Patrick

North Korea Is Pushing Its Limits With The Trump Administration

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McMaster said North Korea's recent launch demonstrates that it is one of the world's most urgent and risky security problems, he added.

Will the president take to Twitter to savage the United Nations if he feels insufficient progress is being made, breaking with the carefully crafted talking points created by advisers and diplomats? "What we're seeing is they continue to be provocative and reckless".

"We try and push through as many diplomatic options as we have", Haley said. Like his predecessors, Trump has opted for choices somewhere in between: economic sanctions and talk of eventual diplomacy or military action, depending on how North Korea responds. "There's no military solution here, they got us". Trump has lambasted a United Nations sanctions package against North Korea passed this week that he says is "not a big deal" that might not have "any impact".

The emergency meeting of Security Council was convened at the request of Japan and the US. The North Koreans must have been confident that their latest test - an audacious advance by some 1,000km on their earlier (29 August) overflight of Japan - would be successful and that the risk of the missile breaking up over Japanese airspace was minimal.

Beyond this, however, their needs to be much more active consultation between Washington and its two allies, both bilaterally and trilaterally, on the details of coordinated deterrence policy in response to future security provocations from North Korea.

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"If North Korea continues to walk down this path, it has no bright future".

Trump's United Nations envoy called North Korea "reckless".

The White House said that President Donald Trump will meet the leaders of Japan and South Korea in NY next week to discuss the urgent threat posed by North Korea. And there's little sign that talks involving the U.S., North Korea and other interested countries can be arranged amid the nearly weekly barrage of weapons tests and threats, let alone stop the North's determined nuclear march. South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who ran on a platform of improved relations and expanded dialogue with Pyongyang, said after Thursday's missile launch that "dialogue is impossible in a situation like this". "We must make North Korea understand this", Abe said. "China and Russian Federation must indicate their intolerance for these reckless missile launches by taking direct actions of their own", Tillerson demanded. "The members of the Security Council strongly condemned these launches, condemned further North Korea for its outrageous actions, and demanded that North Korea immediately cease all such actions", the Security Council said in a statement after an emergency meeting. North Korea has launched dozens of missiles under Kim Jong Un's leadership to accelerate a weapons programme created to give it the ability to target the United States with a powerful, nuclear-tipped missile.

The latest missile test raises therefore important questions about the credibility of USA extended deterrence and the protective strategic umbrella that America provides to Japan and South Korea.



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