North Korea Missile Fallout Continues as Japanese Lawmakers See Red

Thursday, March 9, 2017
By Paul Martin

North Korea’s decision to fire ballistic missiles towards Japan on Monday continues to alarm the Asia-Pacific region. Jonathan Bogais, a specialist in foreign affairs, told Sputnik, that North Korea’s actions are pushing some Japanese lawmakers to consider pre-emptive action against the pariah state, currently forbidden by Japan’s constitution.

An attempt by China to broker a deal between the North Korean regime and the US and her allies failed on Thursday, March 9.

China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi had proposed that Beijing could intervene, pushing North Korea to suspend its nuclear and missile activities in return for a halt in the annual war drills that are currently taking place between South Korean and US troops in South Korea.

However, both Seoul and Washington rejected the plan.

In a stark message, Beijing warned of a “head-on collision” between the US and North Korea.

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