Dennis Rodman Asks For US - North Korea Envoy Role

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Declassified documents show Clinton administration considered preemptive strike on NK nuclear facilitiesThe Clinton administration developed actual plans for a war with North Korea during the first nuclear crisis in the 1990s, but abandoned them over concerns about massive casualties, recently declassified documents show.

Rodman believes he can "alleviate some pressures as far as communication" between the US and North Korea. "I could see that life is much freer than in North Korea", said Yoon Ok, whose full name was withheld for her safety. "If war does come, it will be because of continued acts of aggression like we witnessed, and if war comes, make no mistake, the North Korean regime will be utterly destroyed". These officials would have surely benefited from technical cooperation with the UN if the North Korean government had not consistently rejected it for years.

The missile is said to have traveled nearly 2,800 miles high and for a distance of more than 600 miles.

The move by the UN to accept both Koreas simultaneously was reportedly a South Korean proposal to resolve a stalemate despite North Korean objections, as it would sanction the independent nature of the two separate states.

Even in Afghanistan, in which the Congress passed a post-9/11 authority for the use of military force (AUMF), the Trump administration has expanded the authorities to attack opium labs that fund the militant Taliban insurgency.

"I've been trying to tell Donald since day one: 'Come talk to me, man ..." I'll tell you what the Marshal wants more than anything ...

"They love control", Rodman told AFP Tuesday in Beijing, adding that warnings of nuclear peril are harmless "entertainment".

"On one of his North Korea trips in 2013 and 2014, "(Kim) gave me three say to the president", he said. "It's been sustained for so long, with no help to the people of North Korea from the world", she said.

When the Guardian's journalist asked what Kim wanted, Rodman replied: "I ain't telling you ..."

North Korea leader Kim Jong Un's recent hike up Mount Paektu is prompting speculation that he is mulling a major decision. It's always very light.

"There is not a comparable situation anywhere in the world, past or present", Pillay said.

"The situation is in a vicious cycle of provocation and confrontation".

Conditions are usually inhospitable during December, the agency claimed, but when Kim made his ascent, it was a 'marvelous scene with glee at the reappearance of its great master.' At the top, the mountain showed 'fine weather unprecedented'. For example, to show he is tougher than Barack Obama, President Trump has unilaterally approved new authorities to attack miscreants across the globe.