North Korea conducts its fifth nuclear test

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North Korea has conducted its fifth -- and perhaps biggest -- underground test of a nuclear bomb. It's the second test this year alone, and comes just after President Obama left a summit of Asian leaders in the region. What does this development mean for tensions in the region and for US efforts to enforce UN sanctions against the North? Bruce Bennett is a senior defense analyst at the RAND Corporation and a specialist in Northeast Asian military issues.