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The Chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea and supreme leader of North Korea is believed to be only 33-years-old.But the details of Kim Jong-un’s life are shrouded in mystery and not much is known about the exact circumstances of his birth.The Obama administration, which pursued so-called "strategic patience," began to see the necessity of stepping up pressure on North Korea to stop this evolution in the final years of the second term.Trouble is, there are limited options for attempting to address tension with North Korea, and while President Donald Trump has thus far largely followed established paths, namely by levying sanctions, his trademark inflammatory language seems to have emboldened Kim Jong-un rather than cowing him into any type of compliance."The test looks like it was about 10 times larger than the previous test [in September 2016]," says Abraham Denmark, the director of the Asia Program at the Wilson Center and a former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for East Asia under President Obama.The Global Times, a state-run newspaper, also attacked British and Australian leaders for calling on China to do more, especially Mr Turnbull's suggestion that China should cut off oil supplies to North Korea.
This means that North Korea is one step closer to fielding a credible nuclear capability that threatens all of East Asia and the United States."Analysts worked on Sunday to reconcile varied data about the blast and began to draw preliminary conclusions.
Mr Turnbull said Australia is being very closely briefed on options open to the US, and described North Korean leader Kim Jong-un as "evil"."I don't think there is any doubt about that this is a person that routinely assassinates members of his own family," Mr Turnbull said."It is a cruel and evil dictatorship, he starves his own people.
This is a shocking, dangerous, provocative, illegal regime that is threatening the peace and security of the region and the world and is advancing nobody's interests other than the maintenance of that one family's dictatorship of North Korea." China has lambasted the West and its allies over recent weeks for promoting the "China responsibility theory" for North Korea, and been upset by Seoul and Washington's own military drills that Beijing says have done nothing to cool tensions."The United States has to play its own role and should not be blindly putting pressure on China to try and squeeze North Korea," said Ruan Zongze, a former Chinese diplomat now with the China Institute of International Studies, a think-tank affiliated with the Foreign Ministry.
"I can't believe that I played basketball with him here and now he could rule North Korea."Kim was officially declared the supreme leader following the death of his father Kim Jong-il on December 28, 2011.
As well as the title of supreme leader, Kim is also chairman of the Worker’s Party, chairman of the Central Military Commission, supreme commander of the army and holds a myriad of other positions. North Korean state media often refers to him as marshal Kim Jong-un, due to his military rank and command over the armed forces.
Two women were charged in March with smearing a VX nerve agent on his face while he was waiting to catch a plane at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.