“The unarmed Minuteman 3 intercontinental ballistic missile blasted off from a silo at 12:02 a.m. from Vandenberg Air Force Base and delivered a single re-entry vehicle to a target about 4,200 miles (6,800 kilometers) away at Kwajalein Atoll in the Pacific Ocean” reported by the Air Force Global Strike Command in light of the recent show of force that the United States of America has been conducting to bring fear into the hearts of the North Korean leaders.
The current diplomatic escalation between the two nations has reached a heated point of near collision that could result in a regional crisis and a devastating outcome.
The nuclear race that is taking place in East Asia is set to redraw the map of the zone, encompassing a multitude of parties with significant military capabilities.
North Korea has been provoking the hegemonic status quo of the United States by conducting several nuclear tests in the past decade, as well as their testing of Inter-Continental Ballistic Missiles.
The declared exchanged official threats have caused panic in the international platform, prompting numerous amount of Security Council meetings on all organizational levels to address the increasing political tension.
The new American president Mr. Donald Trump has vowed to take unilateral and unconventional means to denuclearize the isolated North Korean government and bring them under the global order with any means possible.
The head of state of the global superpower has been playing a curious mind game with the supreme leader of North Korea, threatening and praising him simultaneously.
After giving a shamefully failed order to one of the country’s most powerful navy ships to sail to the waters of North-East Asian country’s waters in a show of power, the Republican strongman went ahead to acknowledge his counterpart’s domestic political achievements as well as declaring his wish to meet him, telling a Bloomberg reporter: “If it would be appropriate for me to meet with him, I would absolutely, I would be honored to do it”