Diplomacy Failed, Only One Way to Talk with North Korea: Donald Trump

Diplomacy Failed, Only One Way to Talk with North Korea: Donald Trump

Russian Federation and China called for restraint on North Korea after US President Donald Trump warned over the weekend that "only one thing will work" in dealing with Pyongyang, hinting that military action was on his mind.

Yesterday Saturday 10/07/17, Trump tweeted that the Korean leader is "making fools" of our negotiators and that over 25 years with North Korean agreement are failing and that they have and are being violated. And on Saturday, he insisted "only one thing will work" to solve the North Korean nuclear impasse.

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Reporters even specifically asked Trump over the weekend about what the "one thing" was, to which Trump would only ominously say "you'll figure that out pretty soon".

Whilst the threat was not explicitly made out to be military action, Trump has suggested he is not afraid to take that step.

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Earlier, Japanese Defence Minister Itsunori Onodera urged caution from lawmakers because more provocation was possible from North Korea on October 10, when the start of Japan's lower house election campaigns in Japan coincided with one of the North's main anniversaries. After a meeting with military leaders that day, Trump pointed to a line of uniformed generals and said, "You guys know what this represents?"

Last week, he described the current period as the "calm before the storm", without elaborating. "The policy didn't work!"

"The United States has great strength and patience, but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea".

On July 4, North Korea conducted its first test of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), which it claims could reach "anywhere in the world."In September 2017, North Korea carried out its sixth nuclear test, this time detonating what it claimed was a hydrogen bomb". "Maybe now, nearly more than any other time, we need a great military".