Digiatalsoju TV provides a unique perspective on the isolation and anti-American propaganda served up to residents of North Korea as we meet four refugees as they try out some tasty barbeque dishes at a westernized restaurant in South Korea. Seriously, even our forks are evil.
It goes without saying that life in North Korea is different — including what food its citizens can buy. Now, four refugees of the hermit kingdom have given an account of the nation's eating habits, as they try American barbecue staples...Show More Summary
The Sea-based X-Band Radar has deployed out of Pearl Harbor after North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un recently said his country was in the "final stages" of test-launching an intercontinental ballistic missile. Media sources reported that...Show More Summary
Digitalsoju TV took some people who escaped from North Korea years ago to one of the best barbecue restaurants in South Korea. They also recruited a master barbecue chef and flew in a variety of American barbecue sauces. The people who were trying all these cuts of meat and sauces for the first time were quite impressed (as I'm sure anyone would be). Show More Summary
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While North Korea’s recent claim of an imminent intercontinental ballistic missile test is spreading alarm globally, U.S. experts see it as a bid for attention and a gambit to intimidate the incoming U.S. administration. On Sunday, the North’s state-run news agency, KCNA, reported that the country...
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said that the isolated, nuclear-capable country was close to test-launching an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A high-tech sea-based U.S. military radar has left Hawaii to monitor for potential North Korean intercontinental ballistic missile test launches, a U.S. defense official said on Wednesday.
NK News reports: North Korea on Wednesday re-emphasized its nuclear capabilities and repeated claims it will test an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) in the coming months. In an apparent nod to the Trump administration, Pyongyang highlighted the need for the U.S. Show More Summary
Regional stakes high given North Korea's threat to test an intercontinental ballistic missile.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A South Korean political vacuum and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's concerns about his conservative political base have rekindled a feud over wartime history, just as tension over North Korea makes cooperation between the U.S. allies as vital as ever.
Doug Bandow Security, Asia The North Korean bomb is not a suicide weapon. In his New Year’s Day address, North Korea’s Kim Jong-un said his nation was close to testing an ICBM which could hit the United States. Put a nuclear warheadShow More Summary
After North Korea’s recent cyberattack on Sony Pictures, it’s clear that the web can be a dangerous place, which is why the demand for cybersecurity pros is skyrocketing. If you want to cash in on this rapidly-growing field, then picking...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. military might hold its fire rather than strike a North Korean intercontinental ballistic missile test in order to glean intelligence, if Pyongyang's ICBM launch did not appear to pose a threat, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Tuesday.
Secretary of State John Kerry says the U.S. may need "more forceful ways" of dealing with North Korea if it develops an intercontinental ballistic missile that threatens America. Kerry is … Click to Continue »
This article was originally published at Stratfor.com. By Rodger Baker Since the end of the Cold War, paradox has characterized the United States' perception of North Korea. Pyongyang is at once a constant threat and a continual joke, its leaders a source of as much fear for the American public as derision. [...]
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan is always gathering and analysing information on North Korea's nuclear missile situation with great interest, its top government spokesman said on Tuesday.
Monarchical Communism thrives in North Korea. Kim Jong-un has passed his fifth anniversary in power. The "Cute Leader," as the plump 30-something is informally known, appears to be fully in charge, wandering his country pressing the flesh and giving advice. Unfortunately, he's also busy staging missile and nuclear tests. Show More Summary