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He respected me so much and showed me the film and the song is fun, she added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsTokyo: If the US attacks North Korea the world could see another nuclear war Yet negotiations won’t work — leader Kim Jong Un won’t live up to his promises even if he were to make any And China — if only it would help more Those sentiments have produced a collective shrug from many as they watch the North make rapid strides toward developing nuclear missiles capable of striking anywhere in the United States Representational image AP But Washington hasn’t tried everything yet Below three experts offer ideas on how the US might get out of its policy box on North Korea And none of them require firing a shot Deterrence: A familiar game for US Deterrence is about making sure your opponent has no good military moves Kim Jong Un has proven to be pretty good at it Vipin Narang a nuclear strategy and nonproliferation expert at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology believes US policymakers need to let that sink in "Saying that this nuclear program has not augmented or improved North Korea’s ability to deter particular actions especially regime change or invasion or disarmament is simply denying reality and putting our head in the sand" he said The good news is deterrence is a game the United States has played before "We know how to do this" he said "We did it with China and the Soviet Union and managed to reassure West Germany and Europe during the Cold War There is no logical reason we cannot do it with North Korea Kim is not crazy or irrational and responds to strategic and domestic incentives" Upping the game will require two things Narang believes are now lacking: a coherent and unified message to Pyongyang from Donald Trump’s administration and strong believable reassurances to America’s regional allies Along with preventing a US attack North Korea’s nuclear weapons and missile tests are intended to create discord among the US Japan and South Korea — and though it’s not an American ally — China If America’s ability to handle North Korea is in doubt there is more pressure for South Korea and Japan to pursue independent strategies and even consider developing nuclear weapons of their own Moreover the different messages coming from the White House State Department and Department of Defense — ranging from Trump threatening "fire and fury" to the more conciliatory tone of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson — Pyongyang has more incentive to push ahead quickly to either take advantage of what it sees as weakness or bolster its capabilities ahead of what it fears to be a looming invasion "So long as this incoherence persists it becomes very difficult to craft deterrent positions clearly and effectively" Narang said "At this point the way forward it seems to me is to always keep the channel for negotiations open while simultaneously practicing deterrence and reassurance to our allies" And maybe one more thing Tone down the tweets "When President Trump tweets the day after the alleged H-bomb test that South Korea should stop ‘appeasement’ of North Korea Pyongyang can be nothing short of delighted at its strategy working" Narang said Not China’s job Previous efforts to get North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons have leaned heavily on Beijing and to a lesser extent Moscow to enforce sanctions and apply political pressure It’s an approach Trump seems to support wholeheartedly Right after the North’s nuclear test Sunday he tweeted that Pyongyang has become "a great threat and embarrassment to China which is trying to help but with little success" But China’s and Russia’s national interests aren’t the same as Washington’s Shifting the onus to them for a solution diminishes US leadership and control said Joel Wit a senior fellow at the Johns Hopkins’ School of Advanced International Studies and a former State Department official who developed strategies to deal with the crisis over North Korea’s weapons program in the 1990s "Under the best of circumstances China can play a supporting role both in supporting limited pressure on the North and in supporting diplomatic outreach to Pyongyang" he said "But it has not and will not do what Washington wants — solve this problem for the United States by creating overwhelming pressure" Even if Beijing went along Wit said it still wouldn’t work: "The North Koreans are not going to roll over and play dead when faced with an existential threat to their regime They will lash out" Wit also said the Trump administration will have "virtually no prospect of securing Chinese cooperation" if it insists that reining in North Korea is mainly a Chinese problem He believes North Korea is already taking advantage of the growing split between Washington and Beijing to "sprint to the WMD (weapons of mass destruction) finish line" He said that instead of pointing fingers Washington needs to accept that the core problem is between the US and North Korea and firmly take the wheel "The idea that this is the land of no good options leads everyone to move on" he said "Almost every foreign policy challenge facing the US could be called the same thing But this fatalistic attitude has permeated US policy for over a decade and has led us to where we are today" The art of the deal If the US is going to get what it wants it has to know what it wants And it will probably need to give up something to get it John Delury an associate professor of Chinese studies at Yonsei University in Seoul believes the most realistic path forward involves three steps: "dialogue negotiation settlement" "Without talking to Kim Jong Un or his senior advisers we just don’t know who we are dealing with what their positions are what we can give them that they really want and what we can get in return That moves us into the negotiation for short-term steps that reduce risks decrease hostility even build a little confidence" Washington’s focus should be clear and specific Negotiators should push for a missile and nuclear test moratorium a freeze on the production of nuclear weapons the return of nuclear inspectors and increased transparency There must also be nonproliferation commitments Delury stresses there must also be some give and take "For these things things that are in US interests the Trump administration in close consultation with Seoul and Tokyo will have to consider what it is willing to do or forego" he said Pyongyang says it wants some sort of security guarantee and the removal of the US nuclear threat from the Korean Peninsula Neither would seem to be a good starter topic but another item on Pyongyang’s list — scaling back or canceling the US military’s annual wargames with the South — might be an area the two could at least talk about In the longer term Delury says the US must directly address "the true heart of the matter which is working on a political settlement" that fundamentally transforms the US-North Korea relationship "Let’s call those ‘peace talks’ for lack of a better phrase" he said Technically the countries have remained at war since 1953 when an armistice rather than a peace treaty ended fighting in the Korean War Delury said negotiations "should also involve a heavy dose of economic cooperation since the only alternative to the status quo that might appeal to Kim Jong Un is a North Korea that is not only secure but also prosperous" The hope is that more political and economic engagement would over time prompt the North to ease its authoritarian controls But the negotiation process would undoubtedly be fraught with ambivalence and resistance on both sides "It’s true there are no easy answers no quick fixes no silver bullets" he said "Even if we made a determined effort to improve the relationship it would be hard and slow going "So being realistic about dealing with North Korea is prudent But the current level of fatalism is counterproductive to coming up with a better approach" By: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: September 11 2015 10:02 am Jimmy Fallon was the first one to get up from his seat and dance followed by Justin Timberlake who matched steps with him (Source: Twitter) Related News Singer Justin Timberlake and comedian Jimmy Fallon broke into an impromptu gig by dancing to pop star Beyonce’s hit song “Single Ladies” at the US Open in New York The 34-year-old “Mirror” hitmaker and best friend Fallon 40 who were watching Roger Federer take on Richard Gasquet started dancing when the song played over the stadium’s speakers reported Entertainment Weekly Fallon was the first one to get up from his seat and dance followed by Timberlake who matched steps with him While the comedian could not control his laughter Timberlake kept a poker face while dancing This is not the first time Timberlake has shown love for “Single Ladies” In 2009 he participated in an SNL sketch built around the song with Beyonce herself For all the latest Entertainment News 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