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Will North Korea Become Another Syria for the USA?


The latest events in Syria made many international observers change their mind regarding President Trump. The current conditions also show that getting rid of North-Korean leader Kim Jong Un may also become a major goal for President Trump.

 

 

 

 
The news that U.S. aircraft carrier Carl Vinson suddenly reversed and moved to the Western part of the Pacific Ocean in the direction of the Korean Peninsula attracted the interest of the international community. Given the 59 missiles launched to hit a Syrian airbase a couple of weeks ago, this maneuver of the aircraft carrier does raise a lot of concerns.
 
Now, everyone sees Donald Trump as a stronger successor as opposed to Barack Obama. Apparently, Donald Trump like showing off and wants to prove that he is a unique president capable of serious actions if necessary. He wants to prove that he is not like other American presidents, especially Barack Obama. So, the recent attack of a Syrian airbase seems to have help him do so.
 
At this point, the world is concerned about Washington’s stance on the situation in North Korea especially as North Korea says they are ready for starting a war against the USA. In the meantime, Donald Trump is no longer the person he used to be when he just moved to the White House. Back then, he used to position himself as a decisive reformer of American diplomacy, but now he seems to be returning to kind of the external policy that Obama used.
 
However, North Korea is not a Syria, which is why Donald Trump should think twice before taking some serious actions against it, experts say. If Donald Trump dares launch the same kind of assault on North Korea, the outcome may be even less effective than the one in Syria but the dangers will definitely be much more serious. If so, this may well end up with a disaster for both Koreas and even the entire world.
 
That’s why experts believe that the USA won’t take any military action against North Korea. But if such an action does take place, this is likely to be aimed at doing away with Kim Jong Un and starting a revolution in North Korea apart from destroying North Korea’s nuclear facilities.
 
If the USA does start a war against North Korea, it will be hard to control and may end up with a lot of damage in the Korean Peninsula. At this point, Trump and his administration no longer think that hitting North Korea’s nuclear facilities is a ridiculous idea. Now they consider it as a serious alternative in case of the worst-case scenario if the situation goes out of control. To implement this plan, Donald Trump needs a serious and unquestionable reason to avoid condemnation of the international community. And he may well find this reason in the 6th nuclear weapon test in North Korea. While Barack Obama was tolerant to North Korea’s games in the nuclear sandbox, Donald Trump doesn’t seem to tolerate this as much as his predecessor did. It seems like resolving the North Korean tension is one of the key foreign-policy issues for Donald Trump. Apparently, he doesn’t want to lose right off the bat.
 
They say that Donald Trump was advised to deploy nuclear weapons in South Korea. This is clearly something Russia and China are against since such an action won’t clearly help to resolve the nuclear problem and deescalate the situation in the Korean Peninsula.
 
 
 
 

 

Also, the way North Korea will evaluate the situation is also expected to influence the situation. For now, they believe that going on with the test launches is a good idea. However, the rest of the world sees it as a serious concern. That’s why another test launch may become the last straw that breaks the camel’s back. Apparently, both sides need to start thinking wisely and be cautious about everything they say and do…

 

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