North Korea is stepping up its intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) program despite global pressure and lingering threats months after the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a country that appears unprepared to meet such challenges facing the world, including war, Pyongyang’s fragile relations with world powers and its neighbors play a role in the belligerent outlook of its global policy.
As the North Korean government meets in late 2022 to resume missile tests and Threatening A nuclear attack is expected to be on Pyongyang’s plans heading into the new year.
Global leaders had no immediate indication of North Korea’s leader John King and his government will face sanctions for their actions.
In 2022, North Korea set Record Its missiles were fired at such a high speed that they caused panic in the region.
In late December, South Korea and Japan reported the 35th day of 2022 when the country’s government Missile tests were conducted.