One day after Pyongyang suggested that it may declare war on the United States, and in light of advances in North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs, Tokyo rushes to get ahead of the existential threat posed by Kim Jong-...
Pyongyang publicly executed six officials after several North Korean restaurant workers escaped from China and fled to South Korea, the chairman of the South Korea-based Abductees' Family Union said Friday.
The United States’ inclusion of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on its list of sanctioned individuals is a step too far, according to Pyongyang’s top diplomat.
With diplomats attending a security summit in Laos, Pyongyang and Washington debated the future prospects of the North’s nuclear tests.
This undated picture released from North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on June 4, 2016 shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (C) inspecting the construction site of the Ryongaksan soap factory in Pyongyang. KCNA/AFP/Getty Images This article was originally published at Stratfor.com. By Rodger Baker After announcing that it would cut [...]
Pyongyang moves closer to constructing a ballistic missile submarine capable of launching a nuclear payload towards the United States as the most militaristic country rattles its saber once more.
Few foreigners have the chance to visit North Korea's capital Pyongyang, but a new 360-degree video gives rare access into the city's vast and barren streets. The video was created by the Singaporean photographer Aram Pan, as part of...Show More Summary
SEOUL (Reuters) - "Now we'll begin a mathematics review assignment for members of the 27th expeditionary unit of the distance learning university," the woman's voice crackled over the radio.
South Korea has lambasted the recent ballistic missile launches conducted by the North, a South Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman said on Tuesday.
North Korea’s government has issued yet another signal of military defiance against the U.S., firing three ballistic missiles, despite a U.N. ban, Al Jazeera reports. Recently Pyongyang has made several violations of a U.N. resolution, demanding that it curbs its military programme. Show More Summary
South Korea says North Korea has fired three ballistic missiles into its eastern sea, eight days after Pyongyang warned of a "physical counter-action" against the South over its decision to deploy an advanced missile defense system to better cope with North Korean threats, the AP reports. Seoul's Joint Chiefs of...
South Korea says ?North Korea has fired three ballistic missiles into its eastern sea, eight days after Pyongyang warned of a "physical counter-action"
In latest series of tests, Pyongyang has launched three ballistic missiles.
Pyongyang refuted criticism of the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) leaders over its missile tests and blamed the United States for the Korean conflict escalation, the country's Foreign Ministry said on Monday.
As previous documentaries ranging from the serious ("Kimjongilia") to the frivolous ("Dennis Rodman's Big Bang In Pyongyang") demonstrate, North Korea is one strange place, a truly foreign country where they do things differently. The nation is so strange and different, in fact, that each new glimpse...
I remember the first time I met a North Korean. It was only a few years ago — in 2010. I met Kang Chol-hwan at the Oslo Freedom Forum. He’s the one who wrote The Aquariums of Pyongyang, a gulag memoir. George W. Bush made sure to meet him, more than once. When I met him, I had the feeling of shaking the hand of someone from a different planet. Show More Summary
Pyongyang's decision is apparently in retaliation to US move to blacklist leader Kim Jong-un for human rights abuses.
Pyongyang vows to end diplomatic communication channel with U.S. and hints at harsher punishment for Americans detained in the country
North Korea said Monday that it would push ahead with a “physical response” to the U.S. and South Korea’s decision to install a missile defense system on the Korean peninsula in reaction to Pyongyang’s nuclear and missile tests. Several...Show More Summary
North Korea threatened Monday to take “physical action” after Washington and Seoul announced they would deploy a sophisticated US anti-missile defence system to counter the growing menace from Pyongyang. Seoul and Washington on Friday revealed their decision to deploy the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system in the South following recent North Korean missile