The second underground nuclear explosion, a ballistic missile test and a series of tactical missile launches by North Korea are certain signs of more trouble to come, say top U.S. military officials stationed in South Korea. But a major military event—either civil war or a major strike into the south—is considered remote. “It’s more likely that something will happen than not [as part of a string of continuing provocations], most probably clashes in the western sea [where South Korean, ...

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