North Korea yesterday fired an intermediate range ballistic missile over Japan and into the Pacific Ocean. The US must follow through on Defence Secretary Mattis's much needed "iron-clad" guarantees to Japan and South Korea by reinforcing America's military presence in the region.
"After seeing our capabilities, I am more confident than ever that our options are not only effective but overwhelming", Trump said.
BENNETT: The president will address some of those issues on Tuesday, when he takes the podium at the U.N.to address world leaders. Relaxing the last of these principles would enable Japan to reintroduce U.S. tactical nuclear weapons to Japan, not only bolstering Japan's ability (with United States support) to deter North Korea, but also importantly reinforcing the commitment by Washington to defend Japan.
The U.N. Security Council has scheduled an emergency meeting on North Korea's missile launch. She expected a Trump call for maximum pressure on North Korea.
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BENNETT: But unlike past presidents, Trump is promoting his America-first agenda.
The South Korean military responded to the provocation from the North by launching a Hyunmoo-II missile into the sea that traveled the distance it would take to reach the Sunan airfield in Pyongyang, according to a military spokesman.
"If North Korea continues to walk down this path, it has no bright future".
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called for new sanctions "to be firmly imposed" in response to the latest North Korean missile test that violated Japanese airspace. Dictator Kim Jong-un has repeatedly threatened to attack both Guam and Japan with missiles, possibly using nuclear warheads.
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Haley predicted that the US approach at the United Nations summit would be "solid" and "strong", as diplomats and top USA officials tackle global challenges. Now, however, with North Korea perilously close to being able to directly threaten U.S. cities with nuclear obliteration, the worry for some is that Pyongyang could blackmail Washington into qualifying or limiting its support for its allies in the region. "China and Russian Federation must indicate their intolerance for these reckless missile launches by taking direct actions of their own", Tillerson said.
Experts have long questioned if the US could indeed attack North Korea, given its ability to cause massive casualties south of the border.
Diplomacy on the North Korean nuclear standoff has been stalled for years.
The Trump administration has called the development of a North Korean ICBM an unacceptable existential threat. The President must refrain from Twitter tantrums such as accusing President Moon of "appeasement" or engaging in rhetorical strategic or economic brinkmanship, either towards Pyongyang or Beijing, that looks increasingly hollow and unconvincing.
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"For those who have been commenting about the lack of a military option, well, there is a military option".