Kim Jong Nam killed in Malaysia Airport

Key details: 14/02/2017 from Hong Kong Assessment: -Kim Jong Nam killed by two unknown identity female assassins -Who is behind the event is unsure but speculations are Kim Jong Un himself or parties that oppose to North Korea -Implications: If Kim Jong Un did it himself, which means he feels Kim Jong Nam might threaten his position and decided to kill him to secure his personal cult and position. If the attack is against North Korea, it would likely to be violently solved according to Kim Jong Un’s executing style. The eldest brother in Kim Jong Il’s family, Kim Jong Nam was killed at Malaysia[…]

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North Korea had a Successful test on Satellite Rocket

Key Details: 20/09/2016 from the Hong Kong -Kim wants to launch the missiles asap. -Target is US-unchanged. -The United Nations and others view the North’s space launch development project as a way of hiding tests of missile technology. Assessment: Intense atmosphere that the US and UK big allies countries will try everything to stop/fight with North Korea. This may possibly provoke war between North Korea and the US. While the US has got allies but North Korea doesn’t. http://news.sky.com/story/north-korea-successfully-tests-satellite-rocket-engine-10585490

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North Korea fires Ballistic Missile 

Key Details: 03/08/2016 North Korea fires ballistic missile at 7:50am local time, was launched from North Korea’s south hwanghae province. One exploded after launch and the other was tracked over North Korea and into the Sea of Japan. It is assumed a Rodong missile — a different spelling of the No Dong missile — was fired (South Korean Defense Ministry). INC000035 http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/02/asia/north-korea-missile/index.html   Key Details: 04/08/2016 The missile appeared to be a Rodong-Type medium-range missile. Flew approximately 1000 km. –South Korean official stated there was one launch. –However, the U.S. Strategic Command said two missiles were detected, but one was exploded immediately after launch. North[…]

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