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39.U.S and North Korea's nation and diplomacy

Once again, North Korea Kim Jong-un just talked to South Korea's President Moon jae-in to threaten not Japan as such but the Trump administration in the States.

Once upon a time, even North Korea tended to argue she never launched a missile but just tested a rocket launch for scientific research. The time has dramatically changed recently and the North Korea officially announces the strategic success of ballistic missile launch.

Long-range ballistic missiles made by North Korea are said to be able to directly reach the U.S territory. When the event had happened 100 years ago, it were a sufficient reason for U.S to declare a defense war against Pyongyang.

However, even President Trump still hesitates to do so. Instead, the U.S President fired his closest political staffs and continues his lonely war of words against Kim Jong-un. The time has been passing.

The reason why President Trump should declare a war in the Korean Peninsula and can't do so yet is clear.

In lack of sufficient official budget, the US administration can't plan any war to win. For deployment of warships, submarines, fighters and bombers, and rapid mobilizations of all the U.S soldiers, President Trump urgently needs enough budget which he unfortunately doesn't have.

The American democracy doesn't allow him to do so. His any attempts to break its tradition has failed so far. A series of his presidential executive orders were refused by U.S courts. Only the room left for President Trump is twitter, where he's just sued by some users for inappropriate tweets.

As far as I analyzed, the Trump administration invited his Chinese counterpart to jointly declare a legitimate war against North Korea to establish a new order in the Far East.

However, the Xi administration is clever enough to understand it could be politically endangered if it would rely on President Trump, who's obviously not backed by the nation under the above-mentioned circumstances.

This is exactly why China suddenly changed its friendly approach to President Trump and de facto refuses to join his original plan to fight against Kim Jong-un.

The only way out for President Trump is ironically to ask his enemy, Kim Jong-un, to take much harder measures against his citizens.

Once all the three U.S citizens, who released from Kim Jong-un's hands, will be like a Japanese Abductee Megumi Yokota, President Trump will be authorized by the U.S public opinion to declare a defense war unilaterally against North Korea.

Mere ballistic missile launches to the EEZ of Japan, one of the closest US ally, can't persuade the people on the street in the states to get rid of their love for peace. Someone must be sacrificed, after all the diplomatic means turn out to be both ineffective and useless.

I would say, whether the leadership of budgetary failed nation led by President Trump would succeed to militarily attack Pyongyang or not really matters. If President Trump would do so, the conventional nation state system would manage to survive.

In this case, any legitimate wars always follow diplomacy, which is done only for gaining a time to convince the public of joining the wars against enemies.

In the modern nation state system, diplomacy is just a tool for either opening up a one-way to military attack or ending war, even though the diplomacy as such pretends as if it aims only at re-establishing peaceful order.

The historical fact is nations states always need wars to rebalance supply and demand gaps, while their diplomacy is totally dependent on such a tendency of nations states.

If President Trump will fail to declare the Second Korean War as soon as possible, the U.S as a nation state will immediately turn out to be failed. The traditional diplomacy will also end there.

I'd say, only about 30 days are left for President Trump's final attempt to attack Pyongyang unilaterally. Other things being equal, June 2018 will be the next target date.

Well, let's see whether his possible failure to follow the conventional rules of nation state will eventually open the door to the next world order.

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