Analysts say they expect another missile test from North Korea shortly, this one to be the Pukguksong-3, a submarine-launched ballistic missile nearing completion.
The launch indicates that North Korea wants to threaten "anywhere in the world, basically . . .[and] certainly the U.S."
"I hope that a common sense, pragmatism and an instinct for self-preservation would prevail among our partners to exclude such a negative scenario."
Israel's biggest fear, is the possibility that North Korea might develop nuclear weapons on behalf of Iran.
"North Korea is a nuclear state now. As far as Iran is concerned it isn’t too late."
There are deep concerns over possible leaks of radioactivity that could lead to damage similar to Fukushima or Chernobyl.
The nuclear-powered USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier is patrolling the waters around the Korean Peninsula.
The Korean market is important for Elbit Systems, which has established a local company, Sharp Elbit Systems Aerospace Inc. (SESA), a joint company with Sharp Aviation K.
The UN labeled the incident the “largest seizure of ammunition in the history of sanctions against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.”
"I told Rex Tillerson, our wonderful Secretary of State, that he is wasting his time trying to negotiate with Little Rocket Man."
“We know that the jihadis have a lot of money . . . Would Kim Jong-un sell deadly VX for $40 million a kilogram? I think absolutely they would.”
Japan owns 34 of the PAC-3 anti-missile defense system interceptor batteries.
“No bank, in any country, should be used to facilitate Kim Jong-un’s destructive behavior."
The United States called on member nations of the United Nations Security Council to sever financial and diplomatic relations with North Korea as part of tightening sanctions against Pyongyang.
Residents in Japan were warned to take shelter, as the missile passed over Hokkaido.
“By definition, this is a compromise in order to get everyone on board,” French UN Ambassador François Delattre told reporters.
The U.S. says North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has “basically slapped everyone in the face” who has asked him to stop testing nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles.
"What we do on North Korea will have a real impact on how other outlaw nations who seek nuclear weapons choose to conduct themselves in the future."
The 15-member United Nations Security Council’s emergency meeting on Monday failed to take action against North Korea for its hydrogen bomb test on Sunday, as both China and Russia refused to cooperate with the Western members.