U.S., S Korea, Japan boost data-sharing in response to N Korean threat


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It looks like quite a few people regard China as the closest and most influential nation of NK. But I think this idea seems to stand in the way of solving the continued NK issue. In my mind, NK acts on behalf of Chinese military policy, in return, China supports the unimaginable hereditary tyranny in NK. I think, without Chinese support, it won't be possible. Of course, China has condemned the test as well. However, it just looks like a gesture to avoid global criticism. Basically, there should have been at least several times of hunger riots in NK.

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I think NK is actually going away from China, As the result of recent US-Iran relationship, NK now has a new WMD market in the middle east. NK is getting money from the middle east, specifically Iran, so they think they don't need China anymore.

Prior to the launch China VIP went to NK and told them to hold off but NK didn't listen, that made China to lose face, which is very important to the Chinese.

Now China should be prepared for NK using the weapons against not only toward US, Japan ,SK but to China herself.

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