If North Korea has really conducted a test of hydrogen bomb it is clear violation of UNSC resolution. So why do you think NK was ready to do it and what should be the reaction of international community besides expected condemnations? Read few comments.
But let’s get not too cynical. The goal of a nuclear weapons-free world is admirable.
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But former chief political adviser to president said Bush probably would not have invaded Iraq had he known there were no WMD there. The title of the new Rove’s book is Courage and Consequence: My Life as a Conservative in the Fight .
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But his full cooperation with the international community would have made the the war in Iraq pretty unlikely. The invasion began five year ago on March 20, 2003. Saddam Hussain pretended he has somethig up his sleeve
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