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Could North Korea be next after US airstrikes on Syria?

Matt_ADMIN_Matt_ADMIN_ Administrator

The US strike in Syria could have repercussions far beyond the Middle East.

By authorising military action, Donald Trump is differentiating himself from his predecessor - showing that he is prepared to act, that crossing a red line will have consequences - and that is a message designed to be heard by the leaders of China and North Korea as well.

The timing could not underline the President's point more powerfully - hosting Xi Jinping for dinner at the time as he was, ahead of their first serious meeting on Friday, at which Kim Jong-Un's nuclear programme is expected to top the agenda.

Now Mr Trump doesn't need to just tell the Chinese president he is serious - he can point to the satellite imagery.

But Syria is not North Korea.

http://news.sky.com/story/could-north-korea-be-next-after-us-airstrikes-on-syria-10828074

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