If North Korea is not bluffing on how many, if any nuclear weapons they have, the North Korean government would probably have enough weapons to target Japan, South Korea, and enough plutonium left over to sell over the black market to the highest bidder. AMBASSADOR RI Yong Ho of North Korea said in an interview "that the reclusive communist state, which is locked in a standoff with Washington over its nuclear intentions, would only use its capability in self-defense" (Reuters Limited). There is also the danger because of the unstable economy they possess; North Korea could sell to third parties. I believe that the left over plutonium would target the United States because relations between North Korea and the U.S. have been rocky since the end of World War II and what happened in 1994 (Schleicher, Annie).
After the Cold War, Americans have all too often lived from the fear of getting bombed with nuclear weapons. As North Korea continues to build up its frightening nuclear technology, it is time we start recognizing this threat as legitimate (Francisco...
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...he environmental and physical after effects of the nuclear bomb blowing up. The Government is not only concerned about the development of nuclear weapons in North Korea, but also wants to limit Pyongyang's (nuclear power station) capacity to export missile and nuclear technology to other states (BBC). The United States are doing that so that if North Korea decides to attack anyone, they will not have enough firepower to do any major damage to any country.
After all of these reasons, I strongly believe that the United States and its allies should go into North Korea and confiscate its nuclear weapons. They should do this in an effort to keep the plutonium and weapons off the black market for sale to despicable terrorists. So I am hoping that the United States will make the right decision to go into North Korea for the safety of the United States and its allies.
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