Trump's “bloody nose” strike on North Korea.
Retired Admiral James Stavridis a retired United States Navy admiral whom is the current dean of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, says that Korea would find it irresistible to reply to a possible military strike from the United States.with the possibility of killing 2-4 million people. With much tension between president Trump and North Korea's d ictator Kim Jong-un, a possible war may occur between Korea's uncivilized states and Washington. With Korea testing nuclear missiles called “Bloody nose strike” a world war III can be the outcome. Many experts claim that millions of lives will be lost between both countries. If tension does rise where America and North Korea do go to war against each other, than we are for certain that about 2 to 3 million casualties will be lost in the Korean peninsula. Mr. Stavridis says that the US president Donald Trump should reopen of communication channels between Pyongyang and Seoul to establish an new diplomatic strategy in order to defuse tensions between the United states and North Korea