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War with North Korea?: America Needs to Have a Serious Talk with Australia and New Zealand

Rod Lyon Security, Asia Washington needs to coordinate with its allies should the worst occur. President Trump’s excitable rhetoric about US military options in relation to North Korea—‘fire and fury’, ‘locked and loaded’—has attracted considerable media attention in recent days. But look behind the rhetoric. Allied decision-makers are starting to get their heads around the North Korean problem.
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