North Korea ratchets up tensions with missile launches
On Wednesday, North Korea fired at least 23 missiles that fell into international waters, the most missiles it has launched in a single day. One came within about 100 miles of a South Korean island, triggering air raid sirens there.
Here & Now security analyst Jim Walsh discusses the rising tensions in the region. Walsh is a senior research associate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Security Studies Program.
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