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Austin Bay
July 25, 2017

 

The allies should use their anti-missile missiles to intercept a North Korean ballistic missile test launch. Whatever its operational code name -- Operation Return Of Serve is amusing -- intercepting a Pyongyang missile test has military and political utility.

North Korea's regime, led by rotund dictator Kim Jong Un, has invested its scant resources and Kim's personal prestige in its weapons programs. The regime has bet on strategic policy of implacable belligerence backed by the development of long-range offensive missiles and nuclear weapons.

North Korea subjects South Korea to sporadic but violent acts of outright war, such as the March 2010 sinking of the South Korean Navy corvette Cheonan. That is implacable belligerence. Its missile and nuclear weapons technology is steadily improving.

The great Chinese strategist Sun Tzu wrote: "What is of supreme importance in war is to attack the enemy's strategy." Operation Return Of Serve attacks the Kim regime's strategy using defensive weapons.

 

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