Solution for North Korea's Missile Launch

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    North Korea went on with launching the missile despite UN's security acts. This launch is apparently a test for putting a satellite in the orbit, but that is very suspicious considering North Korea's previous habits of developing weapons and their constant obsession over missile development. Their close ally China even asked them to refrain from such extreme actions but North Korea went on with the launch, wasting millions of dollars. This ridiculous wasteful act occurred two times already, and we can notice from this that Kim Jong Un has a very aggressive and ostentacious attitude, wanting to show off his vigor to the world. The international community must rise against this act using more aggressive sanctions and other effective methods to prevent North Korea from repeating their mistakes.
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    North Korean Rocket Can Hit US...
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    North Korea rocket 'has 10,000km range'
    23 December 2012 - South Korea has retrieved parts of the Unha-3 rocket
     
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    Lil' Kim rattlin' his sabre...
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    N. Korea Threatens South with 'Final Destruction'
    February 19, 2013 — North Korea threatened South Korea with "final destruction" during a debate at the United Nations Conference on Disarmament on Tuesday, saying it could take further steps after a nuclear test last week.
     
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    Negotiation and diplomacy is the democrat solution. It just doesn't work.
     
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    Granny says, "Dat's right - sanctions gonna bite `em hard...
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    North Korea threatens nuclear strike, U.N. expands sanctions
    7 Mar.`12 - North Korea threatened the United States on Thursday with a preemptive nuclear strike, raising the level of rhetoric just before the U.N. Security Council approved new sanctions against the reclusive country.
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    North Korea vows nuclear attack on US, saying Washington will be 'engulfed in a sea of fire'
    March 07, 2013 - North Korea amplified its threatening rhetoric as the U.N. Security Council approved new sweeping sanctions, vowing to launch a first-strike nuclear attack against the United States and threatening to engulf Washington in a "sea of fire."

     
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    New sanctions on North Korea have as little chance of stopping Pyongyang from developing a deliverable nuclear weapon as previous efforts, unless China gets more serious about enforcing them, nuclear experts and China watchers say. Bruce Klingner, former deputy chief for Korea in the CIA's Directorate of Intelligence under President Clinton, said China is part of he problem. "In the past, China agreed to resolutions but didn't enforce them in China," said Klingner, now a senior research fellow at the Heritage Foundation. Klingner says China has recently been more vocal publicly about its displeasure with North Korea's recent missile and nuclear tests. Even so, Beijing has refused to help enforce previous sanctions it signed off on, he said. Klingner says he does not see the new sanctions as being enforced any differently.

    China key to enforcing U.N. sanctions on N. Korea
     

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