North Korea’s pattern of provocation usually leads to payoffs — usually

Bottom line up front: North Korea has a long history of ramping up tensions through various acts of provocation, extracting food, monetary and other aid from South Korea, the U.S. and even China. But the big gambit this time around — the big unknown — is whether President Donald Trump is willing to allow the […]
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