The two countries were once as close as lips and teeth, but Beijing is increasingly wary of Pyongyang and Kim Jong Un
Chinese ambassador to Pyongyang Li Jinjun said China invited North Korea to join the new Silk Road project.
Even North Korea's closest ally is getting very worried about the country's nuclear arsenal—which may be a lot bigger than we thought. China has warned American nuclear experts that Pyongyang now has around 20 nuclear warheads, and the country has become so good at enriching uranium that it could...
According to the latest expert estimates, Pyongyang may have accumulated some 20 nuclear warheads with the capability of doubling its potential by 2016.
Pyongyang could double nuclear-weapons arsenal by next year, according to latest Beijing estimates.
China’s top nuclear experts have increased their estimates of North Korea’s nuclear weapons production, suggesting Pyongyang can make enough warheads to threaten regional security for the U.S. and its allies.
At the National Interest, I ruminate a bit about how a conflict might start on the Korean Peninsula, and how it might play out: The general peace on the peninsula has more or less held since the 1950s. Still, while North Korea’s power has declined substantially relative to that of South Korea, the idea that […]
Pyongyang officials want North Korean students to learn more English.
Being able to take part in Pyongyang Marathon, to interact with the crowds lining the streets, was a unique privilege.
What it’s like to run the Pyongyang Marathon. Read more...
About 650 runners from about 30 countries traveled to Pyongyang to challenge their preconceptions of North Korea as well as their endurance.
An international event in the heart of North Korea.
After a tumultuous year of on-again off-again for foreign runners, the Pyongyang Marathon in North Korea was run this weekend. The post Running: Foreigners Ran the Pyongyang Marathon appeared first on Will Run For Miles.
Pyongyang is capable of launching an ICBM with a nuclear warhead from a hard-to-track mobile launcher at the US West Coast, the US aerospace defense commander has said. The capability is disputed by a study from leading North Korea-watchers, however. […]
Doug Bandow North Korea continues along the nuclear path. A new report warns that Pyongyang could amass a nuclear arsenal as large as 100 weapons by 2020. That would make the North a significant regional power. Washington has no realistic strategy to deal with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. Show More Summary
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un Wednesday toured a plant in Pyongyang that produces missile parts and other electronic parts for military supplies, as Pyongyang prepares to test-fire a medium-range ballistic missile.
When former Google employee Will Scott had the chance to visit the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology, he also purchased a copy of North Korea's "Red Star 3" operating system before returning to America. Little was publically known about Red Star 3. Show More Summary
North Korea's leaders have no reason to compromise on nukes.
Trade turnover between Russia and North Korea should be boosted to $1 billion, Deputy Head of the Upper House of the Russian Parliament Evgeny Bushmin said Friday.
In this excerpt from 'Propaganda Over Pyongyang,' VICE News correspondent Michael Moynihan attends a clandestine launch of propaganda balloons into the Hermit Kingdom.