The Real Reason Washington is Worried about North Korea’s ICBM Test

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With its ICBM test signaling its capability to retaliate against US aggression, North Korea has made clear that the United States’ seven decades long effort to topple its government may never come to fruition—a blow against US despotism, and an advance for peace, and for democracy on a world scale

July 5, 2017

By Stephen Gowans

A number of countries have recently tested ballistic or cruise missiles and a handful, not least Russia and China, possess nuclear-tipped ICBMs capable of striking the United States. And yet the missiles and nuclear weapons program of only one of these countries, North Korea, arouses consternation in Washington.

What makes tiny North Korea, within its miniscule defense budget, and rudimentary nuclear arsenal and missile capability, a threat so menacing that “worry has spread in Washington and the United Nations”? [1]

“The truth,” it has been said, “is often buried on the front page of

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3 Responses to The Real Reason Washington is Worried about North Korea’s ICBM Test

  1. beetleypete says:

    Reliable and informative as always.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Pingback: The Real Reason Washington is Worried about North Korea’s ICBM test | STALIN'S MOUSTACHE

  3. Prole Center says:

    Thanks for the reblog! Stephen Gowans does great work. He just put out a book on Syria that I highly recommend. You can order through his publisher (the link’s on his site) or get it on Amazon or your favorite bookseller.

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