North Korea joins military parade to demonstrate strength and defense

Troops in North Korea are expected to hold a huge military parade on Saturday to celebrate the founding of the ruling Workers' Party, while Korean observers around the world are looking for the "new strategic weapon" to be announced. Kim Jong Un promised to unveil this year.

A new weapons system is expected to be unveiled in North Korea, but U.S. defense officials and analysts, including Carter, say Pyongyang is unlikely to test any nuclear or missile that could prompt U.S. President Donald Trump to resign on November 3. Should be provoked before bidding for re-election.  Kim has announced a halt to nuclear and missile tests and has not displayed his largest missiles at North Korean military parades since the start of a historic nuclear deal with Trump in 2018. The pair met three times in person, but stalled in 2019 after Trump rejected Kim's demand. Sanctions provide relief in exchange for partial surrender of its nuclear capabilities.  Now, discussing the deadlock, Lee Sung-Yun, a professor of Korean studies at Fletcher University in Boston, USA, said Kim would consider resuming missile tests.  Lee wrote in an email, "Through the ICBM test, the table can rearrange the table in its favor and increase its net international value - which is fully risk aversion and diplomatic ability. Is measured’ in terms of the harmonious prospects between Trump and Biden, "Lee wrote in an email, citing Trump's Democratic challenger Joe Biden.  Will he back neither down when he returns to the United States in 2021 or more of his choice. So, I expect North Korea to do more than just show off its hardware.


According to US-based think tank 38 North, the VIP viewing stand on Pyongyang's main square is now ready: the construction of the exterior of a flagship hospital looks complete, while the satellite captured earlier this week The pictures clearly show the troops continuing. To practice for the parade. In mid-September, thousands of people were spotted on satellite images gathering in Pyongyang's main square, chanting phrases such as "Heroic Youth" and "100 battles, 100 victories."


The October 10 celebrations mark the Workers' Party's 75th anniversary and are one of the most important holidays in the closed country. But despite the reports and the ceremony, analysts say North Koreans have little to celebrate this year, one year to mark the end of this important anniversary in which the North Korean leader himself " One of the most difficult trials and tribulations.


A poor nation is beset by crises: its economy has already been hit hard by tough international sanctions, when North Korea decided to close its border with its main trading partner China in January. To prevent the spread of the coronavirus


In addition, a number of hurricanes and severe floods in the northern summer have wreaked havoc, damaging thousands of homes from government accounts and threatening food insecurity.


"North Korea is dealing with a very complex and delicate domestic situation," said Seo M. Terry, a senior Korean colleague at the US-based Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). That is why it is twice as important to demonstrate strength and defense at home and internationally. They don't want to look weak or weak.


He added: "And historically, they have used occasions like the party's founding day to showcase the new weapons system." For these reasons, we expect to see a new strategic weapon.


What that weapon could be and whether North Korea can test its launch is now the subject of intense debate among international observers. Some, including CSIS experts, say the weapon could be a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) and suggested that North Korea test the weapons under its direction, which was aimed at the Satpo satellite. Pointed out that activity is spreading in the Senpo Shipyard. It builds submarines.


The claim gained further momentum last month when South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Van In-Chul said North Korea was repairing storm damage to the shipyard and said there was a chance that SLBM can be tested after repair. Are complete


Van told South Korean lawmakers, "We are monitoring developments, as there is a possibility that the submarine-launched ballistic missile test will be carried out with integration equipment immediately after the repair work." Will. "


'We are still in danger'

Others, however, say the SLBM test is unlikely because North Korea had already tested such a weapon in 2016.


On October 1, a blog post for the Athletic Council, an American think tank, wrote, "A submarine equipped with some ballistic missiles is hardly a 'new strategic weapon,'" with former US intelligence officers Marcus Garlaus and Bruce. Perry wrote. 


Instead, one of the most important types of "essential strategic weapons" for North Korea would be a high-speed mobile ballistic missile capable of delivering multiple re-entry vehicles. "


He added that a long-range weapon with multiple warheads "would make it very complex and potentially impractical so that the US military could stop North Korea's missile attack on the American continent."


There has also been speculation that North Korea could unveil more advanced weapons, including intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) or solid-fueled ICBMs, which are thought to come from liquid-fuel systems. Can be deployed much safer and easier. But if such a system is on display, it is more likely to be "ridiculous" than these weapons, analysts say, and observers should also expect that North Korea will parade its growing missile arsenal, including many medium-range. Weapons launcher along with weapons.


"The message is very clear," said Adrian Foster-Carter, a Korean expert at the University of Leeds in the UK.


"They want to show the United States that their missile program is expanding and they want to warn the United States: 'We are still here. We are still in danger.

New weapons system is expected to be unveiled in North Korea, but U.S. defense officials and analysts, including Carter, say Pyongyang is unlikely to test any nuclear or missile that could prompt U.S. President Donald Trump to resign on November 3. Should be provoked before bidding for re-election.

 

Kim has announced a halt to nuclear and missile tests and has not displayed his largest missiles at North Korean military parades since the start of a historic nuclear deal with Trump in 2018. The pair met three times in person but stalled in 2019 after Trump rejected Kim's demand. Sanctions provide relief in exchange for partial surrender of its nuclear capabilities.

 

Now, discussing the deadlock, Lee Sung-Yun, a professor of Korean studies at Fletcher University in Boston, USA, said Kim would consider resuming missile tests.

 

Lee wrote in an email, "Through the ICBM test, the table can rearrange the table in its favor and increase its net international value - which is fully risk aversion and diplomatic ability. Is measured’ in terms of the harmonious prospects between Trump and Biden, "Lee wrote in an email, citing Trump's Democratic challenger Joe Biden.

 

Will he back neither down when he returns to the United States in 2021 or more of his choice. So, I expect North Korea to do more than just show off its hardware.

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