Madman Diplomacy: Is North Korea Trying to Bring Back Regime Change?
Regime change, a controversial foreign policy doctrine of the United States in recent decades, has been highly discredited by the debacles in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, and Syria.
At the same time, North Korea’s communist dictatorship is now confirmed to be able to strike anywhere in the continental United States with nuclear-armed ballistic missiles –
All the while U.S. President Donald Trump, the leader of the free world, has been literally “falling in love” with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.
Against this backdrop, and all other Korean Peninsula and nuclear weapons proliferation complications known from before, the United States might seem less likely than ever to attempt regime change in North Korea.
How long would America, under Trump or any other future President, tolerate being for the first under the constant threat of a nuclear attack by a minor rogue state power?
Contrary to what might appear, a potential regime change attempt by the USA in North Korea may now have become more, rather than less likely.
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