NORTH KOREA: Kim continues to increase tensions on the Korean peninsula – Analysis
By GEO’ Newsteam – Gibraltar
has reported that tensions on the Korean peninsula right now is the most volatile it has been in five years and it looks likely to get worse.
In the article written by the BBC
s Seoul correspondent – Jean Mackenzie; she examines Kim’s motive for a series of hostile and provocative acts and why he is adding to Geopolitical tensions which are close to breaking point as the globe takes stock of the fallout from the Covid pandemic and Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine.
In the last month North Korea has fired a missile over Japan, forcing residents to seek shelter as well as launching several other ballistic missiles, flown warplanes close to its border with South Korea and fired hundreds of shells of artillery into the sea, which have landed in a military buffer zone, created by the two Koreas in 2018 to keep peace. The two countries are technically still at war.