Now, Kim has forced his "rubber-stamp parliament" to approve a new law outlining the circumstances under which North Korea would be likely to utilise its nuclear arsenal.
If Pyongyang's leadership is attacked, the military of North Korea must "automatically" carry out nuclear strikes
against enemy forces, including their "beginning place of provocation and the command."
Additionally, the new law states that North Korea may deploy nuclear weapons to avert an unnamed "catastrophic calamity" for its leadership and populace.
In other words, Pyongyang won't think twice about using its nuclear weapons when it feels threatened.
Kim was alluding to the area where the US and its allies are present. His most recent remarks highlighted the escalating hostility
in the region as he quickens the development of his nuclear arsenal and