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To no one surprise, North Korea fired a ballistic missile on Feb. 12, the first missile test since Donald Trump moved into the Oval Office. The successful launching of the Pukguksong 2 missile into the Sea of Japan was not only another technological advance for Pyongyang nuclear capable missile development, but also a major foreign policy challenge to the new Trump administration.
And no one should be surprised, the Feb. administration fails to react to the sent by Kim Jung Un. President Donald Trump grapples with domestic crises and transition issues, warns Jesse Johnson of Japan Times, country that is widely seen as representing his largest foreign policy challenge is gearing up some 10,000 km away to test an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) capable of striking the United States Reports last month said that North Korea had apparently built two missiles presumed to be ICBMs and placed them on mobile launchers for test firing in the near future. most North Korea watchers, President Trump controlled reaction to Kim Jung Un provocative missile test underscores the fact that he has good options to curb Pyongyang nuclear ambitions. policy toward North Korea. President Trump, however, may have a very different view on China role in defusing the North Korea bomb. As Sebastian Maslow at Japan Tohoku University puts it, view is that Trump treating of China as being part of the North Korea problem. to count on China to solve the North Korean nuclear issue, President Trump North Korea policy is likely to be based on a strategy of diplomacy.
The Trump administration has assured South Korea the United States commitment to defend the country through strengthening of the extended deterrence, establishing the high levels of security coordination,
using the full range of military capabilities, and moving forward with the final deployment of the THAAD missile defense system in South Korea before the end of 2017. stands behind Japan percent. just want everybody to understand and fully know that the United States of America, Trump declared, behind Japan, its great ally, 100 percent. is more significant, writes Johnson, also offered up a another, different path to resolving the issue: diplomacy. has for years dismissed calls for talks out of Pyongyang, insisting it must first give up its nukes. But given the failure of numerous other approaches, Trump has left the door open to speaking with the North. Remember, he is an experienced deal maker. policy of diplomacy is likely to face many obstacles. But since almost everything else has been tried from Bill Clinton Framework to George W. Bush of Evil to Barack Obama Patience by successive administrations with little avail, it is perhaps, as Joel Wit at Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies puts it,
most promising choice from a menu of very bad options. Yi is director of Marietta College China Program.