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Ground Invasion Only Way to Secure N.Korean Nukes, Says Pentagon

07 November 2017

Critics say the South Korean moves, dubbed by local media as its "Three No" policies, could undermine the operational capability of the allied South Korea-U.S. forces and Trump's push to bolter three-way cooperation with Seoul and Tokyo to put more pressure on Pyongyang.

Trump kicked off a 12-day Asian trip and is looking to present a united front with Japan against North Korea through meetings with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe amid heightened tensions over Pyongyang's nuclear and missile tests.

US President Donald Trump said after landing in Asia for his longest official foreign trip, he believed the improvement of the US bilateral trade relations with China was necessary, Sputnik reported.

At the very least, millions of people would die in this sort of war. "We will not stand for that, the era of strategic patience is over".

'Every once in a while, in the past, they underestimated us.

That blunt assessment from the Pentagon is in response to a letter from two Democratic congressmen asking about casualty assessments in a conflict with North Korea. The U.S. has no energy to prevent it. It was not pleasant for them, was it?

Trump was due to arrive early Tuesday in Seoul - where the subject of how to tackle North Korea's totalitarian dictator is expected to be at the top of the agenda. It's a big problem for our country and the world, and we want to get it solved, ' he said.

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Last year, U.S. goods and services trade with China totalled an estimated $648.2 billion, according to the figures of the Office of the United States Trade Representative.

The claim was made in September by a retired Air Force general who said the figure was estimated based on a conventional war scenario and did not include potential use of nuclear weapons.

US President Donald Trump said Sunday he expected to meet his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin during an Asian tour likely to be dominated by global tensions over North Korea.

'There is only one way that this war ends.

North and South Korea are technically still in a state of conflict since the Korean War ended in an armistice, rather than a peace treaty, in 1953.

South Korea now pays more than 900 billion won ($800 million) annually and negotiations with the United States are to start in the coming months to try to determine a new amount for South Korea to contribute. Trump has criticized the deal as a source of the US trade deficit with South Korea, an argument officials there dismiss.

Ground Invasion Only Way to Secure N.Korean Nukes, Says Pentagon