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Trump Inauguration Day decree used words uttered by Kim Jong-un

Before long, we will be calling him “Large-handed Leader“: Donald Trump has echoed North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, after declaring that the day of his inauguration should be a “national day of patriotic devotion” – a rallying cry that would not be out of place in the secretive state’s propaganda. Trump’s proclamation, which was made [...]

Dear Leader Wants You to Be Patriotic -- Last Friday

President Donald Trump issued a proclamation declaring the day of his inauguration a "National Day of Patriotic Devotion," a phrase that sounds like the propaganda of North Korea leader Kim Jong-un. In a 2015 speech at a military parade,...Show More Summary

10 ways North Koreans use technology differently from other countries

Life in North Korea is still pretty opaque. Current ruler Kim Jong-un was, unlike, his forefathers, educated in Europe. His comparatively liberal education hasn't rubbed off as much as you might expect, with the country maintaining a...Show More Summary

North Korea preparing to launch new missiles: report

North Korea is preparing to test new rockets, a report said Thursday, after its leader Kim Jong-Un said the country was in the final stages of developing inter-continental ballistic missiles. Pyongyang’s missile programme and its pursuit of nuclear arms have seen it repeatedly sanctioned by the UN Security Council. Quoting high-level South Korean officials and

US sanctions N. Korean officials for rights abuses

US authorities on Wednesday announced sanctions against North Korean government agencies and senior officials -- among them leader Kim Jong-Un's sister -- in response to Pyongyang's "serious" human rights abuses and censorship activities. Show More Summary

Will Trump Attack North Korea?

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

President-Elect Trump: Have That Burger With Kim Jong-Un

President Elect-Trump, Full disclosure: I did not vote for you, nor do I support most of your policies and positions. Yet, there was a moment at one of your rallies last June when I completely agreed with your statement that you would...Show More Summary

A New Way to Deal with North Korea

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

North Korea Warns Of ICBM Launch "At Any Time, Anywhere"

Following North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's New Year’s message that preparations for a test-launch of ICBMs were in the 'final stage', and president-elect Trump's response "it won't happen!" a Foreign Ministry spokesman warned, as cited...Show More Summary

Should Washington Strike North Korea's Dangerous ICBMs Before It's Too Late?

Daniel R. DePetris Security, Asia What would Washington do if the DPRK decides to test such a weapon? Imagine this hypothetical for a moment. North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un takes to the Korean Central News Agency and begins his speech with the usual invective and inflammatory rhetoric about how evil and duplicitous the United States is. Show More Summary

N. Korea holds mass rally to push Kim's New Year message

Thousands of North Koreans have rallied in Pyongyang, chanting communist slogans and vowing support for leader Kim Jong-Un, who in his New Year's message announced plans to test-fire a ballistic missile capable of reaching the US mainland. Show More Summary

‘I Can See Both Sides’: Did Trump Think Kim Jong-un Was Justified in Hacking Sony Back in 2014?

2 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

During an appearance on The Wendy Williams Show in 2014, President-elect Donald Trump stated that he could see "both sides" of the equation regarding North Korea's hack of Sony

Krauthammer’s Take: North Korea Is the Biggest Threat Because Kim Regime Is ‘Completely Unpredictable’

Charles Krauthammer concurred that North Korea poses the gravest national-security threat because Kim Jong-un may be acquiring intercontinental ballistic missiles able to strike America soil: It’s a threat to the actual existence of San Francisco. Show More Summary

SitRep: North Korean Missiles and Trump Tweets; China Keeping Powder Dry For Now; U.S. Commandos in the Baltics; ISIS in Mosul, Istanbul; and Baghdad; And Lots More

By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Sure shot. A day after North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un boasted his country was making final preparations to conduct its first test of an intercontinental ballistic missile, President-elect Donald Trump fired off a tweet promising, “It won’t happen!” Trump slightly exaggerated Kim’s comments, writing that Kim claimed North Korea...

No N. Korea missile will be capable of reaching US: Trump

President-elect Donald Trump took to Twitter again on Monday evening to promise North Korea would not develop a nuclear missile capable of reaching US territory. His comments come a day after the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Un, appeared...Show More Summary

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