North Korea has remained a major issue throughout the world for the last several decades. For the most part, it has proven to be more of a minor announce than anything else, attempting to fire off failed missiles and shooting off blind threats. Outside of South Korea and potentially Japan, the rest of the world had very little to deal with or worry about. With the closed borders, it has become difficult for any humanity programs to go in and determine the quality of life for residents, so while there are many rumors about just how bad living conditions are, NATO and the UN have not been able to do anything about it.
In recent days though, North Korea has started to step up its military might. It shot off a ballistic missile, one of which the United States does believe could strike Alaska. While North Korea has struggled mightily with its ability to fire off missiles accurately, it never the less is one of the strongest threats against the United States from North Korea. By doing so, leader Kim Jong Un has taunted the United States and President Trump, more or less daring the leader of the free world to do something about it. This is something Donald Trump has asked China’s help for, as without China’s backing, North Korea would have no real trade partners. Is war next between the United States, South Korean and Japan taking on North Korea? Watch the video to learn more.