Having heard that the new North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un was young and more open-minded, I thought the change of power in North Korea would bring a more positive light on the country's relationship with the world. Can it be that such reckless, provocative action of North korea is a means for Kim Jong-Un to consolidate his power that is still quite unstable? I am wondering what actions China would take for North Korea's increasing isolation.
After hearing about North Korea's recent attempts at arming themselves better with nuclear arms, there's good reason to show concern. The world doesn't need another cold war, and NK has already claimed that these tests are directed towards the US and SK. Kim Jong-Un is the new face of NK, and he's practically been put in on the throne of a god king. Could the NK government be blind to the power they're attempting to control, and what the consequences of using that power are? I doubt they will have armed nukes in the near future, but I am still nervous of the idea of a nuclear armed NK.
North Korea Leader Kim Jong Un proved to have reckless leadership as he violated international peace by running tests to improve their nuclear weapons. I question what his motives were for conducting these tests and whether he was attempting to improve North Korea's status on a global scale. I do think that there is a need to show concern as to why this North Korea leader held these tests and if it is simply to improve North Korea's name on an international level or if there is a threat involved that is targeted towards starting another Cold War.