N. Korean Ship Hauling Weapons

Will North Korea ever face substantive consequences for its brazen disregard for the international community? A North Korean ship is likely heading to Myanmar to deliver small arms to the fellow rogue nation, blatantly flouting a new U.N. resolution that explicitly prohibits exports of weapons. The ship is being trailed by a U.S. Navy vessel as part of the new policy meant to punish North Korea for its nuclear test in May. Sources tell the Associated Press that North Korean ships frequently deliver weapons to the oppressive country. Despite the new U.N. resolution, an interception of the vessel is "unlikely."