North Korea has a ballistic missile on the launch pad that it plans to test in the coming days. Given it’s existing nuclear program, how troubling is this type of missile testing? Why is it happening now? What should be the response from the Obama administration and the rest of the world? Is North Korea more likely to harm its own neighbors or sell their missile and nuclear technology to terrorist groups? We ask Doug Bandow, senior fellow at the Cato Institute and author of “The Korea Conundrum”.