Interview: U.S. Strategy Should Focus on 'Reducing North Korea’s Killing Power'

As the Trump administration’s North Korea policy begins to take shape, North Korea’s nuclear threat has become one of its top foreign policy challenges, with White House spokesman Sean Spicer describing it as “the most prominent threat”. A recent visit by U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis to South Korea as well as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s discussion with his South Korean counterpart on the North Korean nuclear threat is another testimony to the new administration’s determination and seriousness in dealing with it. Changsop Pyon of Radio Free Asia’s Korean Service asked renowned North Korea expert Nicholas Eberstadt about the North Korean challenges the Trump administration faces and the possible remedies. ...........Members Log in or Subscribe to Read more------------

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