North Korea: ‘No way’ to use force to stop nuclear escalation without INSTANT response

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
By Paul Martin

NORTH KOREA would immediately retaliate against international actors intervening to halt Kim Jong-un’s nuclear missile production, expert Benjamin Zala said.

Wed, Nov 15, 2017

North Korea would unleash a “fairly large scale” attack to counteract any intrusion in the military state.

Dr Zala said: “There really isn’t a military option here. There is no sensible way of using military force to actually achieve the goal of denuclearising North Korea and being able to be sure that that has actually been successful.

“Even if we did so the cost would simply be too high. The retaliation from North Korea would be instant and would be on a fairly large scale.”

Speaking to Sky News Australia, the international relations expert added that the tense situation between North Korea and neighbouring countries could easily result in “miscalculations” with terrible results.

He continued: “The tensions are so high that it means that the risks of a miscalculation – and of the tensions really ratcheting up to a point where decision are made in a very short time period – are always with us.”

It comes as China sent a special envoy to Pyongyang in the aftermath of US President Donald Trump’s tour of Asia.

Chinese President Xi Jinping dispatched his head of international liaison Song Tao to meet their rogue ally at the end of this week.

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