Early on Tuesday morning, North Korean state media announced that the secretive Communist country had for the very first time successfully test-launched an intercontinental ballistic missile, which experts call a "game changer" as it could potentially strike the United States mainland. There has been a chorus of condemnation, but since everything else seems to have failed, is it time for a totally new approach to this decades-old problem?
Produced by Charles WENTE, François WIBAUX and Christopher DAVIS.
Senior Research Fellow for Northeast Asia, Chatham House
China Director, Eurasian Business Coalition
Director for Nonproliferation Policy, Arms Control Association
Senior Associate, East Asia Program, Stimson Center