The U S Can't Get Rid of North Korea's Nukes Without Paying a Catastrophic Price

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The U S Can't Get Rid of North Korea's Nukes Without Paying a Catastrophic Price
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Kim Jong Un is on a roll. After firing a second missile over Japan, successfully testing an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), and successfully detonating a larger-yield nuclear weapon, the North Korean threat has grown significantly more dire in just a few weeks. General John Hyten, who commands U.S. Strategic Command, recently stated that he assumes that North Korea has successfully tested a hydrogen bomb. He also explained that while North Korea has yet to demonstrate a reliable ICBM that could deliver a nuclear warhead, "it's just a matter of when, not if." What happens next will profoundly influence the future of the Asia-Pacific for decades to come.

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