Lunes, 16 Octubre, 2017

US Flew Bombers Over Korean Peninsula Late Tuesday, South Korea Says

South Korea claims North hacked nuclear attack response plans Trumping global peace
Eleena Tovar | 12 Octubre, 2017, 13:49

The human and economic toll of a military conflict with North Korea would be simply unaffordable by the human race. As a small contribution toward this much-needed debate, I offer six fundamental questions to consider about Washington's nascent attempts at coercive diplomacy. "Policy didn't work!" Trump tweeted.

"It was a horrendous famine that took a significant portion of the population either into death or into stunted growth and malnutrition", said Tepper. With his instinctual hatred for Barack Obama, Trump is in a tearing hurry to obliterate his legacy, including the epochal nuclear deal with Iran.

The US bombers had taken off from the Andersen Air Force Base in Guam. An investigation later confirmed that the satellite system had mistaken rays of sunlight reflected from clouds for missiles.

As per the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) that Iran reached with the permanent members of Security Council and European Union in 2015, it should rein in nuclear activities and accept any additional restraints so that crippling sanctions on it could be waived. "Brokers who make a living by aiding North Koreans in defecting to South Korea are worried now too, saying things like, 'with the way things are going, this seed (source of income) may be drying up'". The first is subjective, the second easily observable, but the third perhaps impossible.

Third: What is the exact change in North Korea's behavior that the United States seeks?

Two U.S. B-1 bombers carried out a training exercise on Tuesday with Japanese and South Korean military aircraft in the vicinity of the Sea of Japan, the U.S. military said, amid growing tension over North Korea's missile and nuclear programs.

"Ultimately, I will do what is right for the United States and really, what is right for the world".

Canada provided $25 million in aid between 2005 and 2015, largely through the World Food Programme and other major international organizations, according to a fact sheet on the Global Affairs Canada website.

The United States, meanwhile, staged another show of force meant to deter any North Korean aggression by flying two B-1B supersonic bombers last night from an air base in the US territory of Guam to the South for drills with South Korean jets.

The statement was bizarrely issued by a spokesman for North Korea's 'Emergency Measure Committee for Opposing Nuclear War Drills against the DPRK'. "Whenever there is an aid package from South Korea or the U.S. or elsewhere usually there are strings attached to ensure that it goes to the people". Instead, Trump's spoken intention to decimate Kim's dynasty has only incentivized Pyongyang to further refine its project, adding to the probability of a nuclear disaster.

Pyongyang responded to Seoul's decision in 2016 to suspend Kaesong operations by imposing military control over the site, freezing all assets of the Kaesong companies, and deporting the remaining South Korean managers and staff still there.