North Korea’s first missile test over Japan in five years has sparked a spate of condemnations and joint military exercises between the US and allies Japan and South Korea, but it seems unlikely the harsh rhetoric and muscle spasms will deter Pyongyang from launching its missiles. further refine and nuclear arsenal.
In a 25-minute phone call late Tuesday, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and US President Joe Biden called the launch from the north of an apparent intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) “a serious and immediate threat to Japan’s security and a clear and serious challenge to the international community,” said the Japanese government.
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