I was speaking specifically of our North Korea policy.
Robert Oldershaw

Oh, do you mean like the “provocation” when North Korea offered to stop it’s nuclear testing if we stopped “provocatively” having military exercises right over their border? An offer the US rejected (Obama) and rejected again (Trump)?

Or do you mean like provocative placement of a missile defense system in South Korea by the US after we rejected the North Korean deescalation offer?

North Korea is by no means a “model citizen of the world,” but the “insults, threats and provocations” have by no means been one sided from the North Koreans.