Let's start with Washington's latest show of force against North Korea
The U.S. flew two B-1B strategic bombers over the Korean Peninsula late Tuesday.
South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff say the bombers flew from Anderson Air Force base in Guam and entered the Korean Air Defense Identification Zone at around 8:50 p.m.
Joined by South Korean F-15K fighters, the B-1Bs simulated air to ground missile firing over the East Sea.
The South Korean military added that the regular deployment training is aimed at enhancing extended deterrence capabilities against North Korea.
Late last month the U.S. flew B-1Bs over international waters close to North Korea's east coast.