The North Korean's are at it again. It seems they can never get it right when it comes to doing their ballistic missiles and sometimes nuclear tests. This is because this time they launched their middle to long-range ballistic missile test just four days after the new South Korean president was being sworn in and as U.S, Japanese and European natives gathered for joint war games in the pacific. The USS Carl Vincent, an aircraft supercarrier, is also engaging with South Korea navy ships in waters off the Korean Peninsula. This is according to Seul defense ministry.

But then again if you think about it, is there really ever a right time to do these things? Keeping in the mind the sanctions on nuclear warheads and development, it is clear that the countries already with nuclear capabilities don't want new members to enter their selected team.

Kim Jong-Un on the United States.

North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un, however, believes that the United States looks down on countries that don't have nuclear capabilities and so is determined to arm his people properly. To what end he wants to do this, however, is still not clear, at least not to the public. Maybe he want's to do something good for his country and wants it to be safe before he can do that, or maybe...

I'd rather not go into that train of thought. Russias president Vladimir Putin warned against intimidating the North Koreans, telling reporters "we are categorically against the expansion of the club of nuclear powers,". He said this at an international forum in Beijing.

The North Korean dictator is said to have witnessed the test and hugged officials in the field of rocket research, saying that they worked hard to achieve a great thing.

According to the North Korean News Agency KCNA, the missile, which reached an unusually high altitude before landing in the sea of Japan, flew for about 30 minutes. Russia disputes claims that the missile launched on the weekend landed dangerously close to the Russian city of Vladivostok.

Missile said to have been close to Russian city Vladivostok.

The United States said on Sunday that the North Korean medium-range missile crashed into the sea just 60 miles off the Russias pacific coastline. Russia's ministry of defense on the other hand said it's early warning systems had tracked a missile that landed more than 300 miles from the coast and that it never posed any threat to Russian territory on its flight. The North Korean rocket followed a trajectory away from Russia and at a significant distance," the ministry said in a statement on Monday morning. "This missile launch posed no threat to the Russian Federation."

Pyongyang's aggressive push to boost its weapons program also makes it one of the Trumps administration's most urgent foreign policy worries, though Washington is struggling to settle on a policy. North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency called the missile a "new ground-to-ground medium long-range strategic ballistic rocket," capable of carrying a large heavy nuclear warhead.