Comments follow North Korea's launch Friday of a ballistic missile over Japan

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The time for 'nuclear sharing' with Japan is drawing

- japantimes.co.jp
17 Sep 2017
At present, Japan's two-tier missile defense system is hardly adequate. It is designed as a simple theater missile defense that cannot provide a complete shield against North Korea's sizable number of nuclear missiles, particularly now due to the most recent technical leaps in performance. Nudged by the profit-seeking U.S. military-industrial complex, Japan is striving to ...

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

17 Sep 2017
Can the world live with a nuclear North Korea? Yes, for a time. But not without significant danger. Despite the words of H.R. McMaster, President Donald Trump's national security adviser, North Korea can be deterred -- at least at the nuclear level. Kim Jong Un is not suicidal. In fact, the need to survive and preserve his regime seems to be the primary impulse behind ...
- foreignpolicy.com

North Korea leader Kim Jong Un says he will complete nuclear programme

- hindustantimes.com
17 Sep 2017
The U.N. Security Council accused North Korea of undermining regional peace and security by launching its latest missile over Japan and said its nuclear and missile tests "have caused grave security concerns around the world" and threaten all 193 U.N. member states.

Switzerland keeps US and North Korea talking

17 Sep 2017
Immediately after the conference, the conflict between North Korea and the US re-escalated. On Thursday, North Korea tested another missile which flew over Japan and had enough range to hit Guam, the US Pacific island territory and military hub. According to North Korea, the test was intended to "curb US belligerence", the aim being a "balance of power" between North Korea ...
- swissinfo.ch

Defiant Kim Jong Un says North Korea will complete nuclear programme

- tvnz.co.nz
17 Sep 2017
North Korea leader Kim Jong Un said his country is nearing its goal of "equilibrium" in military force with the United States, as the United Nations Security Council strongly condemned the North's "highly provocative" ballistic missile launch over Japan on Friday.

Nuclear Weapons Program Nearing Completion Alex Jones' Infowars

17 Sep 2017
According to state-run media outlet Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), Kim stated that the United States had failed to deter North Korea's progress while attending the launch of yesterday's Hwasong-12 intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) that overflew Japan.
- infowars.com

North Korea says seeking military 'equilibrium' with U S o The Foreign Desk

- foreigndesknews.com
17 Sep 2017
SEOUL/United Nations (Reuters) - North Korea said on Saturday it aims to reach an "equilibrium" of military force with the United States, which earlier signaled its patience for diplomacy is wearing thin after Pyongyang fired a missile over Japan for the second time in under a month.

California Wonders if North Korea Will Strike

17 Sep 2017
U.S. public health and first responders in California and throughout the West Coast have begun preparing for the impact of a potential nuclear war after North Korea fired a long-range intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) over Japan last week in the anniversary of America's triumphant Inchon Landing in the Korean War.
- breitbart.com

White House National Security Adviser on latest North Korea missile test

- 1clickdaily.com
17 Sep 2017
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North Korea fires another missile Pyongyang South Korea Japan

17 Sep 2017
It is not the first time a North Korean projectile has flown over Japan. Late last month, North Korea launched a Hwasong-12 intermediate-range ballistic missile that also passed over Hokkaido and traveled about 1,700 miles and reached a height of nearly 340 miles. If the initial estimates of Friday morning's launch are accurate, they could be seen as an improvement in ...
- businessinsider.com

South Korea threatens to 'DESTROY North beyond recovery' if provoked

- express.co.uk:80
17 Sep 2017
Loudspeakers on Cape Erimo, on Hokkaido's southern tip, blared: "Missile launch! missile launch! A missile appears to have been launched from North Korea." Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Tokyo could "never tolerate" what he called a "dangerous provocative action that threatens world peace".

Un says he will complete nuclear program despite sanctions Australian Broadcasting Corporation

17 Sep 2017
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un today warned his country is nearing its goal of "equilibrium" in military force with the United States, as the United Nations Security Council strongly condemned the North's latest and "highly provocative" ballistic missile launch over Japan.
- abc.net.au

North Korea seeks military equilibrium

- yahoo.com
17 Sep 2017
While Russia and China both backed this week's US-drafted sanctions resolution, they have been pushing a proposal to kick-start talks with North Korea with a freeze on the country's nuclear and missile tests in exchange for a suspension of US-South Korea military drills.

Abe told Jaitley about AQ Khan connection

17 Sep 2017
A furious Abe said Japan would "never tolerate (such) dangerous provocation," while South Korea fired off two missiles simulating an attack on North Korea. The UN Security Council, in a meeting on Friday evening in New York, used much the same language, calling it "highly provocative," and exhorted all member countries to "fully, comprehensively and immediately" implement ...
- indianexpress.com

US and South Korea agree on more sanctions against Pyongyang

- thehill.com
17 Sep 2017
South Korea's President Moon Jae-in and U.S. President Donald Trump Donald John Trump DNC slams Trump's National Hispanic Heritage Month proclamation as 'hypocritical' Security for ex-Sheriff David Clarke has topped 0K in 2017: report New Yorker reveals cover it would have run if Clinton won MORE agree to exert stronger pressure through sanctions on North Korea following ...

Tillerson calls on nations to take new measures against North Korea after latest missile launch

17 Sep 2017
North Korea repeatedly has vowed to continue its weapons tests amid what it calls U.S. hostility -- by which it means the presence of nearly 80,000 U.S. troops stationed in Japan and South Korea. Robust international diplomacy on the issue has been stalled for years, and there's so far little sign that senior officials from Pyongyang and Washington might sit down to ...
- politico.com

U S not obliged to defend Canada in event of North Korean missile attack, MPs

- cbc.ca
17 Sep 2017
The debate over whether Canada should join the U.S. ballistic missile defence program re-emerged this summer following a series of successful intercontinental missile tests by North Korea, including another missile launch from that country's capital Pyongyang on Friday.

Trump advisers warn North Korea to give up missile, nuclear weapons programs

17 Sep 2017
The UN Security Council has voted unanimously twice in recent weeks to tighten economic sanctions on North Korea, including targeting shipments of oil and other fuel used in missile testing. U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said North Korea was starting to "feel the pinch."
- theglobeandmail.com

India, Japan civil nuclear cooperation deal comes into force

- financialexpress.com
17 Sep 2017
Japan is a major player in the nuclear energy market and an atomic deal with it will make it easier for US-based nuclear plant makers Westinghouse Electric Corporation and GE Energy Inc to set up atomic plants in India as both these conglomerates have Japanese investments. Other nations who have signed civil nuclear deal with India include the US, Russia, South Korea, ...

AUD NZD Slides as North Korea Fires another Missile over Japan

17 Sep 2017
The near-term outlook for AUD NZD, however, remains very dependent on the escalation or de-escalation of the situation with North Korea. In the past North Korea's interaction with the outside world has become subdued between missile launches, though this period of 'quiet' has become increasingly thin.
- nine.currency-news.com.au

Seoul detects radioactive gas from N Korea nuke test

- rt.com
17 Sep 2017
South Korea also immediately held live-fire naval drills involving guided-missile vessels and aimed at preparing to "hit back and bury" the enemy in the event of provocation. The drills involved the 2,500-ton Incheon-class frigate 'Gangwon', a 1,000-ton patrol ship, several 400-ton guided-missile vessels and 130-ton high-speed boats maneuvering in the Sea of Japan (also ...

Why does North Korea hate the United States? Let's go back to the Korean War

17 Sep 2017
The United States dropped 635,000 tons of bombs iN Korea, not counting the 32,557 tons of napalm, Bruce Cumings, a University of Chicago professor who's written several books on North Korea, wrote in "The Korean War: A History." This compared with 503,000 tons in the entire Pacific theater in World War II.
- washingtonpost.com

Un says new missile is 'gift' to 'American b s' from North Korea on Independence

- telegraph.co.uk
17 Sep 2017
The joint statement, issued after talks between Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping, called the launch "unacceptable", but also said North Korea had "sensible concerns" and urged the US not to deploy its Thaad missile system - designed to intercept projectiles launched from Pyongyang - on the Korean peninsula.

Japan woke up to a terrifying text alert

17 Sep 2017
Whatever the next move is from either country, these J-Alert mobile texts -- the same that delivered frequent warnings during the 2011 Tohoku earthquake , which resulted in major aftershocks, tsunamis, and the Fukushima nuclear disaster -- will likely keep Japan on edge for at least the rest of the week.
- mashable.com
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