THERE ISN'T ONE, yet.
February 13th, in Sepang, Malaysia, Kim Jong Nam was assassinated by two female operatives hired by his half-brother and leader of North Korea, Kim Jong Un.
At the Kuala Lumpur Airport, the two operatives smeared the victim's face in broad daylight, with a deadly nerve agent VX : a substance so harsh it's considered a weapon of mass destruction, banned under the chemical weapons convention.
This could've been your average, good ol' fashioned assassination by stabbing, strangling or any other standard-yet-effective method, but it wasn't. This was North Korea sending a heavy message to the world about what they have, how willing they are to use it, and what little fucks they give.
China is North Korea's only real ally, so many believe the answer to the North Korea problem is for China to pressure Kim Jong Un - A feat that seems nearly impossible.
To punish them for testing nuclear missiles, China stopped importing North Korean coal a week ago. But Kim Jong Un barely blinked, and has proven that North Korea has "deterrence credibility," and pose a real threat to their enemies. However erratic their actions may seem, everything North Korea does is intentional. They're unpredictable and have no problem using nuclear weapons for even the most minute tasks (like murdering your half brother.) If they feel pressured, they will act out.
So let's hope North Korea doesn't get too pissed off, because they have a bit of a napoleon complex and can endure almost anything, as they proved in the 90s.
'LOL' assassinations, 'amirite'?
There are rumors of a North Korean Nuclear Deal and some say the US should sign.
Let's see how Trump handles this one.