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No, and I am not convinced that North Korea has or is capable of developing a long-range nuclear missile
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Learn more about North Korea Military Strikes
In January of 2016, North Korea announced that it detonated its first hydrogen bomb. CBS News reported that the U.S. intelligence community is skeptical that North Korea used a thermonuclear device. The blast was in single-digit kilotons, and a thermonuclear device is measured in megatons. North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, has been more ambitious than his father in the pursuit of long-range missiles and nuclear weapons, even in the face of warnings from China. Proponents of military strikes argue that North Korea crossed a line with its latest test and must be stopped at all costs. Opponents argue that North Korea repeatedly lies about its missile capabilities and that the we should let other countries in the region, such as China and South Korea, address this issue. See recent North Korea news
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I believe that China should be first to address North Korea, Canada and the USA should be second to the call. 1 year ago from a Green in Winnipeg
Sounds like a job for Team America. 1 year ago from a Conservative in Delta
You people are delusional. Just what capacity does Canada have to deploy military strikes on North Korea???? Even if Canada did possess such capacity, Canada has no right to take preventative, preemptive military action against another sovereign nation,... 1 year ago from a Libertarian in Edmonton
Only if n Korea declares war on s korea. 1 year ago from a New Democratic in Toronto
Canada needs to pursue a means, in concert with other nations, to promote a revolution within n korea that supports the well being of that countries people - not the well being of a select few. if violence is considered the only means of changing this... 1 year ago from a New Democratic in Medicine Hat