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APRIL 15 2017

What if the US strikes North Korea?

The Korea Herald

South Korea

The recent US missile attack on a Syrian government air base signals it will not sit on its hands when the North conducts atomic or missile tests.

The Mainichi

Japan

20170412/p2a/00m/0na/011000c These shows of strength have been met with praise from the Japanese government, which has long advocated a North Korea policy based on a mix of dialogue and pressure and sees the moves as boosting U.S. deterrent power.

Global Times

China

Taking military actions against North Korea is much more risky than launching a missile strike on Syria. Pyongyang is able to deal a heavy blow to South Korea.

Reuters

International

There is now a strange symmetry to the two principal foreign policy crises the Trump administration is confronting: the civil war in Syria and North Korea’s growing nuclear weapons program. Each bisects Washington’s relations with its two primary geopolitical rivals, Russia and China. And neither offers an easy solution.

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