No doubt, you will all have seen the news that North Korea has successfully tested a nuclear bomb which is estimated to have been around 100 kilotons and capable of destroying an entire city. North Korea nuclear test: Hydrogen bomb 'missile-ready' - BBC News Following on from the firing of a missle over Japan only days ago, and all of the threats that have been bandied about over recent months by Kim Wrong-Un which are mostly, but not exclusively, aimed at the US, it seems clear that he is hell-bent on starting some sort of war? Sanctions don't seem to be working, and the two main allys and neighbours of North Korea (China & Russia) seem to be completely impotent when it comes to reining Kim in. For long enough now, we have heard pleas for diplomacy and talks, but by the day that seems to become an increasingly remote possibility. So, what happens now?