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Calling Their Bluffs:Donald trump

 

 On April 6th, the U.S. launched a military strike against the Asad regime. Different from Barack Obama, Donald Trump is resolute and decisive. The next target will be North Korea. Kim Jong-un must be trembling now.   

                                                           

 On the 4th, at least 80 people were killed by an attack in a province controlled by an alliance of rebel groups in northern Syria. Autopsy results have reportedly revealed that chemical weapons were used in the attack in violation of international law. President Trump ordered measured Tomahawk missile strikes on a Syrian airbase in response to the chemical weapons massacre.   

                                                           

 During the 4th Middle East War in 1973, North Korea sent troops to Syria. Since then, the two nations have strengthened their military relationship. North Korea has sold missiles and other weapons to Syria. In 2007, Israel conducted a surprise attack on nuclear facilities in northern Syria which were reportedly constructed with North Korean assistance for the purpose of obtaining material to a nuclear bomb.   

                                                           

 North Korea has repeatedly launched missiles to demonstrate its military capability. However, it is unlikely to be a deterrent to the Trump administration. On the contrary, such provocation will infuriate Donald Trump.   

                                                           

 Secretary of State Rex Tillerson commented, “North Korea launched yet another intermediate range ballistic missile. The United States has spoken enough about North Korea. We have no further comment.” And, President Trump declared that he would be willing to go it alone to restrain North Korea’s nuclear weapons program should China fail to alleviate the situation.  

                                                           

 The Abe cabinet re-stationed its ambassador to South Korea after having been called back in January over “Comfort Women” statue. Ambassador Yasumasa Nagamine already met with Vincent Brooks, commander of U.S. forces in South Korea, on how to cope with North Korea. There are around 20,000 Japanese citizens in South Korea. I am happy Prime Minister Abe has established a firm relationship with President Trump.  

                                                           

 I don't believe that the abducted Japanese will be brought home until North Korea collapses. I believe the same is true for other abductees from foreign countries. The U.S.’s Tomahawks can strike targets with pinpoint accuracy using advanced guidance system. I hope that the abductees won’t be injured and all of them will be returned to their homelands.

 

 


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