North Korea recently completed its fifth ballistic missile launch. It’s a move that defies growing international consensus that views the secretive, nuclear-armed nation as a grave threat to international order.
While it’s received relatively little attention in the U.S. presidential campaign, North Korea could be the next president’s thorniest foreign policy problem, according to some international relations experts.
Retired Navy Admiral
James Stavridis, dean of The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, tells
Here & Now‘s Jeremy Hobson why North Korea is “the most dangerous country in the world.”