Special forces raid, missile strike, cyber warfare or MORE negotiations: Trump’s choices for dealing with Kim Jong-un – but experts say there are NO good options

Saturday, April 15, 2017
By Paul Martin

North Korea leader Kim Jong-un has accused President Donald Trump of provoking his regime towards armed conflict
DailyMail.com spoke to three military experts about the advantages and disadvantages of American military actions against North Korea
J.D. Williams, Harry Krejsa and Jeff McCausland all said there were ‘no good options’ regarding action against North Korea
They discussed tactics such as cyber warfare, missile strike and a nuclear attack
On Saturday, North Korean troops paraded through Pyongyang for Kim Jong Un on Day of the Sun amid threats of nuclear war
President Trump will monitor the escalating North Korea situation this weekend at Mar-a-Lago without his chief of staff or some key advisers

By DANIEL BATES
DAILYMAIL.COM
15 April 2017

Donald Trump has said that ‘all options are on the table’ when it comes to North Korea – but what exactly does that mean?

The President has a vast range of possible ways of dealing with the secretive Communist nation ranging from cyber warfare to a missile strike – and even a nuclear attack of his own.

DailyMail.com spoke to three military experts to describe what each of those options means – and the pitfalls of each.

They described the President as having ‘no good options’ with North Korea and said that it will require impressive statecraft to deal with Pyongyang.

Our experts were:

J.D. Williams, a Senior Defense Policy Researcher at the RAND Corporation

Harry Krejsa, a Research Associate at the Center for a New American Security working in the Asia-Pacific Security Program
Jeff McCausland, a professor at Dickinson College, retired Army colonel, former dean of the Army War College and a CBS consultant.

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One Response to “Special forces raid, missile strike, cyber warfare or MORE negotiations: Trump’s choices for dealing with Kim Jong-un – but experts say there are NO good options”

  1. Strayhorse

    Afford China the opportunity to gain positive influence over North Korea’s leadership. If North Korea refuses, then let China consequence the North Korean leadership. Does America want Russia or China to challenge a nuclear Mexico or Canada, or would it be best for America to influence Mexico or Canada’s compliance?

    #3207211

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