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Trump Team Prepping Aggressive Options for North Korea
NBC News, Sept. 8, 2017
The Trump administration is readying a package of diplomatic and military moves against North Korea, including cyberattacks and increased surveillance and intelligence operations, according to senior White House and Pentagon officials.
The U.S. may also propose a U.N. Security Council resolution mandating the inspection of ships arriving or leaving the reclusive state. The expanded inspections would target vessels carrying missile parts and technology that North Korea exports as well as materials the country imports.
President Trump is also seriously considering adopting diplomatically risky sanctions on Chinese banks doing business with Pyongyang and upgrading missile defense systems in the region, administration officials said. In addition, the administration is not ruling out moving tactical nuclear weapons to South Korea. It would break with nearly three decades of U.S. policy of denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula.
Trump's national security advisers presented him with U.S. military options, including pre-emptive strikes, and nuclear capabilities. The president's advisers have made the case, however, that military strikes on North Korea could have serious repercussions, senior defense officials said.
China has also told administration officials that if the U.S. strikes North Korea first, Beijing would back Pyongyang, a senior military official said.
A first use of nuclear weapons would be extremely aggressive and lack support domestically or among international allies, the senior administration official said. But the president's team has reviewed the gamut of options as part of the policy process.
One move under consideration is the deployment of land-based Aegis SM-3 missile interceptors like those used for missile defense operations in Europe. Equipment for the additional four launchers for the anti-missile THAAD system in Seongju, South Korea, was moved into place on Wednesday, two defense officials said. These additional tubes will add to the two already there, giving the THAAD system full operational ability.
U.S. officials have also made the case to China that if Beijing doesn't take stronger steps against North Korea, such as cutting off oil exports, South Korea and Japan are likely to pursue their own nuclear weapons programs and the U.S. won't stop them, the official said.
"It's more a message for China than North Korea," the official said.
China has resisted U.S. calls for cutting its oil sales to North Korea. Beijing, meanwhile, continues to press the U.S. to engage Pyongyang in diplomatic talks, which the Trump administration rejects.
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