President Trump’s attempt to achieve a detente with North Korea didn’t end successfully, but at least the bad old days of Kim Jong Un firing missiles into the seas around Guam or Pyongyang — or of him constantly saber-rattling about building his nation’s nuclear arsenal — had stopped.
Well, there’s going to be a new administration, one that Kim feels the need to test.
In a message issued through state media organ Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), in remarks delivered at a rare party congress in Pyongyang last week, Kim said the United States is North Korea’s “biggest enemy” and promised major leaps forward in his country’s nuclear technology.
“Our external political activities must focus on controlling and subjugating the United States, our archenemy and the biggest stumbling block to the development of our revolution,” Kim said, according to The New York Times.
“No matter who takes power in the