The first Patriot Advanced Capability 3 (PAC-3) system was installed at the Ground Self-Defense Force Kochi base in Konan, Kochi Prefecture, on August 12 with the aim of intercepting North Korean missiles that stray into Japanese territory from the intended target, Guam.
Carlin, as well as other North Korea experts on the call, agreed that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un would most likely decide against firing the missiles, as they're unreliable and present a large risk should they fail.
The Labour leader, a long time anti-war campaigner, said the result of a nuclear strike would go on for decades, adding: "I ask them both, calm down". In response to the tests, the US and South Korea repeatedly fired surface-to-surface missiles into neutral waters close to Pyongyang.
Tensions around the Korean Peninsula started to rise in light of the implementation of the North Korean missile program. "In this regard, North Korea's recently issued statements of threats are in direct opposition to the global community's consensus, and must stop immediately".
Trump on Friday also retweeted images of U.S. B-1 bombers stationed in Guam.
Japan's missile defense scheme employs Maritime Self-Defense Force Aegis destroyers to shoot down airborne missiles, and the Air Self-Defense Force's PAC-3 system to counter missiles that evade Aegis interceptors.
On Friday, Mr Trump issued a fresh threat against North Korea, saying it should expect "big, big trouble" if anything happened to Guam.
Trump previously warned North Korea it faced the "fire and fury" of the American arsenal should it try attacking us soil.
North Koreans have lived for decades with the state media message that war is imminent, the U.S.is to blame and their country is ready to defend itself.
North Korea has laid out plans to strike the USA island territory and major military hub of Guam in the Pacific.
Earlier, North Korea's state-run Korean Central News Agency said the USA president is "driving the situation on the Korean peninsula to the brink of a nuclear war". That would open up the possibility of a creative diplomatic solution.
He said keeping a cool head is best right now and looks to the U.N. Security Council's new sanctions on North Korea as the first focus.