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any consequences. china, the pla navy has fielded four spns, giving beijing a credible sea-based nuclear deterrent. china also is not a to tmember the inf treaty. they have a number of dual use variants in the 500 kilometer range that contribute to their anti-access area denial strategy. in east asia. moreover, both russia and china are blurring the doctrinal separation between nuclear and conventional weapons use. now, some may say ballistic missile defenses are provocative to our adversaries because it can stir the balance of detirants. but i would say the balance is already being disturbed by these technological advances as well as these blurred doctrinal lines. russia sees theater weapons in limited nuclear use against conventional military targets as a way to escalate, to deescalate in their terms, to end a conventional conflict in favorable terms to russia. no use doctrine which can occur of course at any point up to the decision to use nuclear weapons in a crisis. chinese military journals discuss the use of nuclear weapons as a higher level component of an anti-access aer
term. and short is north korea, and longer term is iran and russia and china as they are deploying more advanced systems. preview, i would say four things we need to go to koucounter att those, and first is to increase the defense spending, and second is to spend some the additional money on the integrate and layered ballistic missile systems, and he third is to develop missile systems, and reconsider, and re-evaluate the intermediate range, and first, let me turn to the threats that we change. as secretary jim mat tis said to testimony to congress, north korea is the most urgent threat to peace and security that we face. this year alone, north korea has been test firing short range missiles per month. they are working on the submarine-like ballistic missiles as well. everyone agrees it is only a matter of time before the north koreans can flight test a intercontinental missile to be capable of hitting not only hawaii, but the mainland and that is why president obama warned president trump that it might be the most urgent crisis he might face. and so i must say that if they should
-term.ll short-term threats obviously is north korea, longer-term threats iran, russia and china as they develop and deploy more advanced systems. as a preview, i would say there are four things we need to do to counter act the threats, first and most simply increase defense spending and second is to spend some of that additional money on integrated layer ballistic missile defense systems, third to help our allies develop their own missile defies systems and fourth is to reconsider and reevaluate the forces treaty. first let me turn to the threats that we face. first and most immediate, north korea. as secretary mattis said recently, north korea is the most urgent and dangers threat to peace and security that we face. this year alone, north korea has been test firing two or threee short and med yud-range missiles per month. they are working on submarine missile technology as well. everyone agrees it's only a matter of time before north north koreans can flight test and that's why president obama warned president trump duringon the transition that north korea was the most urgent cris
korea, longer-term threat to countries like iran, russia and china as they develop and deploy more advanced systems. as a preview there are four things we need to do to counteract these threats. first and most self is to increase our defense spending the second is to spend some of that additional money on integrated layered ballistic missile defense systems. third is to help our allies develop their own missile-defense systems, and fourth is to reconsider and reevaluate the intermediate-range nuclear forces treaty. first, let me turn to the threats that we face. first, and most immediate, north korea. asked secretary mattis said recently in testament to congress north korea is the most urgent and dangerous threat to peace and security that we face. this year alone north korea has been testfiring two or three short and medium-range ballistic missiles per month. they are working on submarine launched ballistic missile technology as well. everyone agrees it's only a matter of time before the north koreans and flight test an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of hitting not jus
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