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Several U.S. presidents have felt the full fury of Pyongyang’s thesaurus.
Iraq’s Kurdistan region is pushing ahead with a vote on independence over strong objections from Washington.
The president cited North Korea, Iran, Cuba and Venezuela as dangers but was largely silent on Russia and China.
The Trump administration fears that the bitter dispute among allies will damage U.S. interests.
Few details were provided about the American, who is likely to be transferred to federal court in the U.S.
The paper was requested last year by Congress and compiled under the auspices of the Atlantic Council.
Military action is only contemplated in response to an attack by Pyongyang.
Any U.S. military intervention would likely cause uproar in the region.
President Trump and Pyongyang exchange rhetorical barrages as U.S. allies and other world powers urge a cooling-off.
The U.S. president and North Korea ratcheted up the rhetoric even as world leaders worried the verbal salvos were going too far.