U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley was joined by her Japanese and South Korean counterparts in talking about the U.N. Security Council’s closed-door meeting on North Korea and its recent missile test and the subsequent U.S. and South Korean military exercises around the Korean peninsula. Ambassador Haley said the U.S. was “reevaluating” its approach to North Korea’s military action, and was in the midst of deploying a mobile missile defense system to the Korean peninsula.
Josh Rogin discussed current tensions as well as previous diplomatic efforts to address North Korea's nuclear ambitions.
Daryl Kimball talked about which nations belong to the "nuclear club," the treaties in place to monitor them, and the status of the nuclear programs of so-called "rogue" nations, including Iran, Syria, and North Korea.
The United Nations Security Council voted for tougher new sanctions against North Korea for its latest nuclear test.