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Would North Korea consider a first strike?

Vipin Narang says yes: The strategy turns on Kim’s main calculation that the United States will say it’s not worth losing a major American city to get rid of him. Of course he could not knock out a major American or allied target, but he could use them somewhere.  And the use would boost his, […] The post Would North Korea consider a first strike? appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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