The world is already adjusting to the news of North Korea’s latest and most powerful nuclear test to date. And not just with condemnation and calls for more sanctions. But with action.
The day after the Sept. 4th launch of what the rogue state claims is their first ever H-bomb, South Korea gave the all-clear to finalize the deployment of THAAD, a U.S. anti-missile defence system.
Meanwhile, The Economist reports that American utilities are already placing greater focus on protecting the electrical grid after Kim Jong-un’s launch came with a statement threatening to launch an electromagnetic pulse attack that could shut off all power for months.