Today, US B-2 Spirit spotted over Arkansas heading West

The Trump administration may want to exert more pressure on North Korea, creating an expectation in the outside world that it may militarily target North Korea and even launch a “decapitation attack.” But if Pyongyang wages a desperate counterattack, Washington will be caught in a dilemma.

Taking military actions against North Korea is much more risky than launching a missile strike on Syria. Pyongyang is able to deal a heavy blow to South Korea. Regardless of Pyongyang’s nuclear capability, a radiological dispersal device, or a “dirty bomb,” if thrown on the South, will cause nuclear pollution, which will be unbearable to this US ally.

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