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COLUMN: Negotiation the answer to North Korea dilemma

05 Agosto 2017

I hope our President will make it clear to President Moon Jae-in that it is the sole responsibility of South Korea to mobilize its armed forces into an efficient and effective fighting force capable of defeating North Korea.

McMaster added: "There is a difference in this third autocratic ruler in that he's as brutal as the previous two had been".

"The Party fully supports the right of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) to develop its weapons system, including nuclear weapons, ICBMs and anti-drone technology, as a deterrent against US military aggression", the CPP said.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson opened the door a crack earlier this week when he informed North Korea that "we are not your enemy, we are not your threat", and suggesting future negotiations.

"He is playing with dangerous toys and this crazy man, do not be fooled by his face, that chubby face that looks nice", Duterte, 72, said of Kim in a nationally televised speech. My guess is, aside from the agita, we're all going to be fine. She is a good-natured child, her wide grin displaying tiny new teeth as she tried out her voice and displayed her dancing skills - bouncing and swaying to the music while standing and holding on to the pole supporting an oversized table umbrella at an outdoor restaurant.

This year, Duterte is chairman of the Association of South East Asian Nations (Asean).

Asked if the current leader's removal would change Pyongyang's provocative behavior, he replied, "I'm not sure about that".

Ri Jong Ho, 59, had been raising money for the regime for decades, but defected in 2014 and now lives in Virginia, U.S. You should sanction the market, not the North Korean companies or the people in high positions, ' Ri said in the CNN interview.

I am disappointed that President Trump, after his meetings with President Moon, only seemed to discuss improving the trade deficit with no mention of solving the imminent danger that hangs over the Peninsula.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is threatening to send more "unexpected gift packages", to America. "We won't be able to plant anything productive". Still and all, he's got to know we have more than the capability to blow his ass to kingdom come in a preemptive strike.

Ri worked in a secretive department of the North Korean government called "Office 39", which creates a slush fund for its leadership through foreign income. If China will not cause Kim Jong-un to dismantle its nuclear program, more-drastic action will be required.

COLUMN: Negotiation the answer to North Korea dilemma