Kim Jong-Un's Anniversary Fireworks

Leon V. Sigal, a long-time Carnegie Corporation grantee, analyzes North Korea’s latest rocket launch in the current issue of The National Interest.  He writes that "North Korea’s Kim Jong-un is celebrating the first anniversary of his rule on December 17 in a way his late father would have approved—by keeping everyone else off balance.

After announcing another satellite launch in the face of Security Council Resolution 1874 banning such launches, then delaying it to fix a technical glitch, Pyongyang abruptly fired it off.

Read The National Interest