North Korea Aggressiveness worrying U.S. Leaders more than Ever

North Korea Aggressiveness worrying U.S. Leaders more than Ever.

KCNA: “Nuclear war on the Korean Peninsula has become unavoidable”

North Korea maps showing North American strike targets and threats from Leader Kim Jong Un is beginning to worry leaders in the United States.  The concern is that will have to act to show his power in the DPRK.

nkorea_soldiersFollowing blustery warnings by Kim Jong Un, North Korea’s 30-year-old leader, and videos depicting North Korean attacks on the United States, the Obama administration took the unprecedented step this week of sending two stealth bombers to South Korea as part of an ongoing military training exercise.

But despite the escalating tensions, U.S. officials said they have focused more closely on what North Korea is doing than on what it is saying.

“Putting on a show is not the same as taking action,” said a senior administration official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss the volatile situation. “Describing the situation as akin to war is not to be remotely confused with wanting a war, let alone going to war.”

The senior official and others said that U.S. military commanders are closely watching the situation, which has escalated since North Korea conducted a nuclear weapons test in December. In addition, officials cited new levels of cooperation and mutual confidence between the United States and allies in South Korea and Japan.

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