US-North Korea Nuclear War: One Million Deaths on the First Day: Selected Articles

28 December 2017 — Global Research

The Quad: US Searches Edge of Asia for Allies to Contain Beijing

By Tony Cartalucci, December 28, 2017

There has been a recent buzz promoted around the so-called Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad) – a coalition of sorts counting the United States, India, Australia, and Japan as members. Promoted by familiar corporate-financier funded policy think thanks, the Quad is being portrayed as a step past Washington’s ill-fated “pivot to Asia” to address its waning power in the region.

Day of Infamy for the UN Security Council: Triggering a Devastating Humanitarian Crisis in North Korea

By Carla Stea, December 28, 2017

Ignoring the avalanche of evidence that prior sanctions on the DPRK are causing a devastating humanitarian crisis for the people of North Korea, especially the most vulnerable, on December 22, despite warnings of the catastrophic consequences to the people, the UN Security Council passed a new set of sanctions so draconian and inhumane that they must be compared to Hitler’s Nuremberg laws.

Russia Charges Pentagon with Training Ex-ISIS Fighters

By Bill Van Auken, December 28, 2017

US special operations troops are secretly harboring and training former fighters of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) at the remote American base in Al Tanf, Syria near the strategic nexus of the country’s borders with Iraq and Jordan, according to a report issued by the Russian military command.

Will a War with North Korea be Our Political Leaders’ Greatest Regret? “Could Escalate into a World War, One Million Deaths in the First Day”

            By Lisa Fuller, December 28, 2017

Top nuclear security expert Scott Sagan warns that the risk of war is far higher than during the Cuban Missile Crisis, and predicts that one million people could die on the first day – a figure that exceeds the death toll of the entire Rwandan genocide. Even more worryingly, Russia and China are making military preparations, suggesting that a Korean war could quickly escalate into a world war.

Under Trump, US Doubles Drone Strikes in Somalia

By Telesur, December 28, 2017

The United States said Wednesday it had carried out a new drone strike in Somalia, killing 13 extremist al-Shabab militants, bringing the number of drone strikes on the country to 34 this year, more than double the number the previous year.

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