Last Friday, North Korea threatened to attack the U.S. and its military bases in South Korea and the Pacific—after two U.S. nuclear-capable stealth bombers dropped dummy munitions in joint military drills with South Korea—in response to earlier North Korean testing and threats of a preemptive attack on the U.S. Stay tuned to this “tit for tat” game. Unwise? You think?
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Additional ground based interceptors in Alaska responds to North Korea’s threat to preemptively attack the U.S. but plans for a ground based site in Poland have changed for a second time—apparently to appease Russia while downgrading the threat from Iran and ignoring concerns of our allies. And EMP issues continue to fester . . .
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