Marching Toward War

Sept. 23: The USS Ronald Reagan and ships from its accompanying strike group docked at a naval base in South Korea, making a new push to deter North Korea, which has tested a record number of missiles this year, while refusing diplomacy.

Sept. 25: North Korea fired a ballistic missile off its east coast.

Sept. 26: U.S. and SoKo forces began four days of joint drills aimed at demonstrating the allies’ “powerful resolve to respond to North Korean provocations.

Sept. 28: NoKo fired off two more ballistic missiles off its east coast.

Sept. 29: CLICK [:13] to hear VP Harris say, during a speech at the Korean DMZ The United States shares a very important relationship, which is an alliance with the Republic of North Korea. And it is an alliance that is strong and enduring.”

Sept. 30: The navies of South Korea, the United States and Japan staged trilateral anti-submarine exercises in international waters off the Korean peninsula’s east coast.

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