TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan, the United States and South Korea agreed on Thursday to work together to put more pressure on North Korea to get it to abandon its nuclear and missile programs, Japanese Vice Foreign Minister Shinsuke Sugiyama said.
How are international sanctions affecting North Korea? What we encountered in our visit to the reclusive country's capital, Pyongyang, was surprising. Adriana Diaz reports.
BEIJING (Reuters) - A senior Chinese diplomat visited North Korea this week where he discussed border security and infrastructure projects, China's Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday, in the first trip there by a high-ranking Chinese official since February.
“It's the nuclear threats made by the U.S. that caused all of this. The question is whether the new president is willing to abandon hostile policies,” says North Korean official
Efforts to convince North Korea to give up its nuclear program and “denuclearize” the Korean Peninsula are bound to fail, US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said Tuesday. The United States is set to deploy its THAAD missile defense system to South Korea as soon as possible, despite opposition from China, in an effort
The U.S. policy of trying to persuade North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons “is probably a lost cause” and the best that can probably be hoped for is some kind of cap on the country’s nuclear capability, the director of U.S. National...Show More Summary
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Director of U.S. National Intelligence James Clapper said on Tuesday that the U.S. policy of trying to persuade North Korea to denuclearize "is probably a lost cause" and the best that could probably be hoped for was some kind of cap on the country's nuclear capability.
In the capital, Pyongyang, entertainment options have expanded under Kim Jong-un, giving the privileged few — and foreigners — a glimpse of a better life.
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Efforts at the U.N. to strengthen sanctions already in place since 2006 over nuclear tests and rocket launches are infuriating Pyongyang
North Korea condemned Monday the United Nations’ efforts to redouble sanctions against it. The international organization asked its member countries last week to strengthen sanctions against North Korea following its missile and nuclear tests in September. Pyongyang officials called the sanction...
In August 2015, Getty Photographer Xiaolu Chu toured inside the walls of North Korea. While in the notoriously secret country, visitors are instructed on what they can and cannot photograph. Custom agents screen any computers, hard drives, cell phones, and memory cards, prior to entering the country. Show More Summary
Ted Ellis Security, ISIS? China? Russia? The South China Sea? There are a variety of potential threats around the world today: tensions in the South China Seas, a nuclear North Korea, conflict between Russia and Ukraine, and civil wars in the Middle East are just a few. Show More Summary
Robert G. Cantelmo Nuclear Weapons, Asia-Pacific In October 2006, North Korea conducted their first successful nuclear test, joining an elite and dangerous club of weapons states. Ten years later, that threat has only multiplied. In...Show More Summary
Last week, the U.N. Security Council called on members to “redouble their sanction efforts.”
THE ISSUE: Pariah state North Korea could soon be capable of targeting America with nuclear weapons. Economic sanctions and diplomatic isolation have failed to halt its progress. What can the … Click to Continue »