Predictive pretexts for U.S. preventive “defense”:
Analyzing current trends and predicting North Korea’s next provocation
BIG DATA PREDICTION ANALYTICS WITH CSIS BEYOND PARALLEL HISTORICAL EVENTS DATABASES
PREDICTION: MARCH 9, 2017
43%chance of North Korean WMD activity in the next 14 days.
62%chance of North Korean WMD activity in the next 30 days.
Lost cause? North Korea nuke threat awaits next president
WASHINGTON (AP) — If North Korea has been a foreign policy headache for Barack Obama’s presidency, it threatens to be a migraine for his successor. The next president will likely contend with an adversary able to strike the continental U.S. with a nuclear weapon....the North will grab more attention of the next president than it did for Obama, who adopted strategic patience: ramping up sanctions in a so-far fruitless effort to force the North to negotiate on denuclearization... National Intelligence director James Clapper said persuading North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons is probably a “lost cause.” That appeared to challenge to a key tenet of U.S. Policy..