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Trump Must Tread Carefully with Preventative War in North Korea

Christopher A. Preble Security, Asia China has clearly stated that it won’t sit idly by if the United States is responsible for starting a new war in Asia. North Korea backed away modestly from its threat to surround Guam with a ring of fire on Monday, a surprising de-escalation in the war of words that seemed late last week to be building toward an actual armed conflict.
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