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America’s attention has quickly shifted from the Middle East to East Asia, where North Korea recently tested and launched an intercontinental ballistic missile. The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) has had several missile launches over the past few years, regardless of UN sanctions and pressure from the west. However, the most recent launch this April was unsuccessful. Failed missile tests for the North Korean regime are routine. According to the New York Times, “Eighty-eight percent of the launches of the North’s most threatening missiles have self-destructed since the covert American program [targeting DPRK’s strategic weapons research] was accelerated three years ago.” Notwithstanding these failed attempts, many analysts and observers are seeing signs of the North’s growing nuclear capabilities. In 2016, North Korea conducted several nuclear tests - which detonated more than twice the destructive force of the Hiroshima bomb during WWII. And the latest’s military showcase, honoring the nation’s founder, Kim Il-sung, Kim Jung-un’s grandfather, is another marker of North Korea’s public military technology strength.
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