As U.S. Loses Patience, N. Korea Holds a Chemical Card

As U.S. Loses Patience, N. Korea Holds a Chemical Card

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson made clear at a press conference on March 17 in Seoul, South Korea that Washington's “strategic patience” with North Korea has ended after a series of provocative actions and that some sort of military intervention against Pyongyang could be on the cards.

Last month's murder by nerve agent of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's half-brother Kim Jong-nam at the Kuala Lumpur airport in Malaysia, however, casts doubt on the ultimate strategic utility of potential US air strikes against the secretive country's many military installations.

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