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For decades, general rule over the North Korea problem has been that neither the United States nor North Korea can initiate an attack. It is basically intact even today after the repeated tests of Inter-Continental and Intermediate-Range Ballistic Missiles as well as nuclear bombs. The same amount of rainfall may break the banks if it rains in a short time, however, while it may cause no harm if it rains over time. Pyongyang’s urgency and radicalness makes us worry, at least to some extent, about a new war risk scenario that we have not seriously considered before. Continue reading A New Korean War Scenario: Possibility of the U.S. to Take Pyongyang’s Aggressive Missile Tests as Attack