Tensions on the Korean peninsula are escalating again. On Sunday, August 20, 2017, Kim Jong Un and North Korea reminded the United States that they still have the capability to target the United States, threatening that Guam, Hawaii,...Show More Summary
Thae Yong Ho, the highest-ever diplomatic official to defect from North Korea, told South Korea's JoonAng Daily that while Kim Jong Un is "actually very clever," his days at the top of the regime are numbered. As North Korean propaganda...Show More Summary
SEOUL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - North Korea says it has developed intercontinental missiles capable of targeting any place in the United States. Now comes the hard part of fulfilling the declared goal of its leader Kim Jong Un: perfecting...Show More Summary
North Korea's Kim Jong Un never explicitly said he would not fire missiles at the US territory of Guam, and starting on Monday the US and South Korea's massive military drill will test his resolve and measure just how bold he's willing...Show More Summary
U.S. President Donald Trump praised North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for appearing to back down on his missile threats towards Guam, calling his move a “very wise” decision. On Wednesday, Trump took to Twitter and shared his views about Kim Jong Un’s decision to put his missile threats on hold. Show More Summary
Robert Beckhusen Security, Asia One word: Yikes. If North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un orders a nuclear strike on South Korea, Seoul will attempt to kill him with missiles and devastate Pyongyang in the process. That’s according to a report last year from the Yonhap News Agency citing a military source. Show More Summary
President Trump and Defense Secretary Mattis give a very stern warning to Kim Jong Un, but will he be wise enough to heed it. This post To North Korea : Cease and Desist appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
The U.S.-South Korean exercise, called Ulchi Freedom Guardian, occurs annually and will involve about 17,500 U.S. servicemen.
President Trump had nicer words than "fire and fury" for North Korea Wednesday morning, Politico reports. "Kim Jong Un of North Korea made a very wise and well reasoned decision. The alternative would have been both catastrophic and unacceptable!" Trump tweeted, referring to the country's decision Tuesday to hold off...
What is the frightening situation between the North Korean regime of Kim Jong Un and the United States about? We have seen an escalation of words and actions suggesting possible war. But the North Koreans say, in so many words, that they just want security against attack by the United States. And members of the Trump […]
Washington and Pyongyang need to set new boundaries, even if they keep the deal under the table.
By Paul McLeary Talking with Beijing. President Trump and the North Korean regime of Kim Jong Un have scaled back the rhetoric in recent days, after a week of sparring over North Korea’s missile and nuclear programs that had many fearing the two countries were stumbling toward military conflict. But things remain dicey. Gen. Joseph...
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea's military on Tuesday presented leader Kim Jong Un with plans to launch missiles into waters near Guam and "wring the windpipes of the Yankees," even as both Koreas and the United States signaled their willingness to avert a deepening crisis, with each suggesting a path toward negotiations.
President Donald Trump praised Kim Jong Un’s decision to hold off a strike on Guam, even as the North Korean ruler slammed the U.S.’s conduct as “foolish and stupid.” After talking about “fire and fury” and “locked and loaded” military solutions last...
By Christine Kim and Yeganeh Torbati SEOUL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has delayed a decision on firing missiles toward Guam while he waits to see what the United States does, the North's state media reported on Tuesday as the United States said any dialogue was up to Kim. Show More Summary
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the U.S. is still interested in a dialogue with North Korea, but it is up to the regime's leader, Kim Jong Un, to make that happen. Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Seoul, South Korea on Tuesday to demand a peaceful solution to the nuclear confrontation with North Korea. Ben Tracy reports from Seoul.
Kim Jong Un made clear the possibility of a nuclear attack is still very much alive
The drills went southwest of the Korean Peninsula following North Korea's threats toward Guam last week.
BEIJING/TOKYO (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday praised North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for a "wise" decision not to fire missiles towards the U.S. territory of Guam, which has eased escalating tension between the two countries.
North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un examined plans targeting the U.S. territory but said he was not going to give the order to strike any time soon.