Amid reports Trump administration is considering pre-emptive action, Dennis Blair says striking first would be high-risk strategy
A senior former US military commander and intelligence chief has warned against a pre-emptive “bloody nose” strike on North Korea.
Retired Admiral Dennis Blair said Washington needed to be ready to respond militarily if North Korea attacked the US or its allies in the region – “but not a first strike; it’s just high risk and unpredictable”.
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Link : Former US military commander warns against ‘bloody nose’ strike on North Korea