April 13, 2024
Opinion

How to stop North Korea’s nuclear expansion before it’s too late

Former U.S. Army Chief of Staff says it's time to end military exercises, but that THAAD must stay

North Korean nuclear and missile capabilities pose the most serious security threat facing South Korea and the United States. Now, with a preemptive strike by the U.S. on the table, the threat is even more dangerous.

Why is this? The answer lies in the proximity of North Korea to Seoul. Weapons can rain down on the city within minutes, or terrorists could infiltrate via the DMZ, if the U.S. chooses to attack the DPRK.

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