It was the kind of sitdown that China had long resisted: Top US officials telling Chinese counterparts how American troops would enter North Korea if the hermit regime collapsed. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's recent revelation...Show More Summary
Maybe we can get through the holidays without a preemptive war.
The report spotlights the 'rogue regime' of North Korea and 'evil dictatorship' of Iran while criticizing the Russian and Chinese initiatives to develop "advanced weapons and capabilities that could threaten our critical infrastructure."
Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson offered tantalizing details about how the United States would race inside North Korea to seize its nuclear weapons in the event of a collapse.
America’s North Korea strategy is failing. The Trump administration’s “maximum pressure” approach of increasingly rigid economic sanctions and military posturing has not slowed down North Korea’s missile and nuclear testing schedule....Show More Summary
Russia says the world needs open dialog rather than talking about talking.
North Korea is believed to have as many as 60 nuclear weapons.
In its latest commentary, North Korea's official news agency warned that "the right to preemptive attack is not exclusive to the U.S."
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump unveiled a new national security strategy on Monday, calling for Pakistan to take decisive action against terrorism and saying Washington had to deal with the challenge posed by North Korea's weapons programs.
North Korea's per capita incomes rose 5 percent despite sanctions over its nuclear weapons development program.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson “let slip last week a few tantalizing details about one of the nation’s most secret military contingency plans: how the United States would try to race inside North Korea to seize its nuclear weapons if [...]
With tensions between the U.S. and North Korea at an all-time high, there are genuine fears that Kim Jong-un’s determination to become a nuclear force could lead to war. Throughout 2017, the North Korean military has continued to conduct missile tests each more successful than the last. Show More Summary
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A Sydney-based "loyal agent of North Korea" has been charged with trying to sell missile parts and technology on the black market to raise money for Pyongyang in breach of international sanctions, Australian police said on Sunday. Chan...Show More Summary
If the U.S. actually goes back to war with North Korea, American troops are going to need a uniform that is lightweight, breathable, and provides adequate camouflage in the forest, complete with a solid pair of boots for humping up and down all of those big mountains. Show More Summary
The case for a war against North Korea does not stack up, particularly not in the face of US-led aggression, writes Max Atkinson. That North Korea is one of the most brutal regimes to have emerged from World War 2 was recently highlighted by the tragic story of US student Otto Warmbier and the bizarre [...]Show More Summary
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Negotiations have not stopped North Korea's development of nuclear weapons, former U.S. ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton said at a holiday dinner.
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The Latest on the U.N.'s ministerial meeting on North Korea (all times local):
Joint training operations with South Korean forces practiced removing nuclear weapons from North Korea in the event of war.