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After North Korea's latest nuclear test in September, the United States sought the UN's consent to interdict maritime traffic coming in and out of North Korea, but it did not get accepted in the UN resolution that passed unanimously.
North Korea accused the USA of being "terrified" of the alleged impending completion of its nuclear arsenal in a rare appearance at the UN Security Council on Friday. And the senator's numbers were remarkably high.
"We should not backtrack from that goal", Kono said.
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"War with North Korea is an all-out war against the regime", he said, noting the extreme cost of a potential conflict on the Korean Peninsula. It was not immediately clear what USA proposal the agency was referring to. Trump calls on Saudis to "immediately" lift Yemen blockade Trump has yet to name ambassadors to key nations in Mideast Mattis, Tillerson warned Trump of security concerns in Israel embassy move MORE on Thursday, telling The Washington Post that President TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse Democrat slams Donald Trump Jr. for "serious case of amnesia" after testimony Skier Lindsey Vonn: I don't want to represent Trump at Olympics Poll: 4 in 10 Republicans think senior Trump advisers had improper dealings with Russia MORE's Cabinet member no longer speaks for the administration.
Feltman told reporters on Tuesday that while the North Korean officials did not commit to holding talks, "they agreed that it was important to prevent war".
"Given North Korea's most recent missile test, clearly now is not the time", a White House National Security Council (NSC) spokesman said in a statement on Wednesday. So threats from the USA encourage the regime simply to accelerate its development of both weapons and delivery systems.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called on China and Russian Federation to take more measures aimed at halting North Korea's nuclear weapons programme and said the US will not negotiate with the country until Pyongyang stops "threatening behaviours".
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"I don't know how to say it any more direct: If nothing changes, Trump's gonna have to use the military option, because time is running out", Graham said.
"We remain open to dialogue when North Korea is willing to conduct a credible dialogue on the peaceful denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula", she continued, saying that Washington is not "seeing any evidence that they are ready to sit down and have those kinds of conversations right now".
"Put yourself in President Trump's shoes for a moment - where does your allegiance lie?" he said.
But while Graham and McMaster seem to believe time is running out for the U.S. to prevent Pyongyang from developing the capability of threatening the U.S. with a nuclear weapon, some say the clock has already hit zero.
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The unthinkable isn't unthinkable to Graham or to Trump, and both are locked into a strategy that makes war with the equally implacable North Koreans a good, if horrifying, bet for the near future.