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North Korean mid-range ballistic missile failed shortly after launch, South and U.S. say

SEOUL, South Korea — A North Korean mid-range ballistic missile apparently failed shortly after launch Saturday, South Korea and the United States said, the third test-fire flop just this month but a clear message of defiance as a U.S. 1,246 more words

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-- The "Doomsday Forum": the Pentagon and war industry promote pre-emptive nuclear war

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky

Global Research, April 28, 2017

Author’s Note

This article was first published on July 8, 2016

America’s pre-emptive nuclear doctrine was firmly entrenched prior to Donald Trump’s accession to the White House. 1,731 more words

“The Doomsday Forum” of senior military, nuclear weapons officials… America’s “$1 trillion nuclear weapons plan”. Take out Russia, Iran and North Korea?

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky

Global Research, April 28, 2017

Author’s Note

This article was first published on July 8, 2016

America’s pre-emptive nuclear doctrine was firmly entrenched prior to Donald Trump’s accession to the White House. 1,733 more words

Donald Trump warns of 'major, major conflict' with North Korea

US president says he wants to seek a diplomatic solution to Korean crisis and reveals China is helping to pressure Kim Jong-un

Donald Trump has said that a major conflict was possible with North Korea though he would prefer to solve the standoff over the countrys nuclear and missile programmes through diplomacy. 987 more words

Viral

Irrationality: the USA and North Korea

In an interview with Reuters, Trump said about Kim: “I hope he’s rational.”
Seriously? How rational is it to order a navy strike group to move towards the Korean peninsula? 205 more words

Thoughts, Facts And Stories

NYT’s ‘Impossible to Verify’ North Korea Nuke Claim Spreads Unchecked by Media

 The idea that elements within the US intelligence community may actually desire a war—or at least limited airstrikes—and thus may have an interest in presenting conflict as inevitable, is never addressed, much less accounted for. 1,035 more words

Military Madness