There were clues as to the men's origins: a cigarette package bearing Korean words, a badge bearing the likenesses of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il. The signs point to North Korea, and to some tragedy at sea. Japanese police say the wooden boat found capsized and washed up...
An East Asia scholar suggested in a tongue-in-cheek editorial that Trump should consider targeting the North Korean leader's porcelain throne as a way of scaring the crap out of the dictator.
“He is very rational within his own context — Kim Jong Un, that is.” Considering the long-running battle of taunts and provocations between the North Korean leader and President Trump, Lisa Monaco had to make such a clarification. “[Kim] is quite rational in trying to maintain the continued existence of the regime,” Monaco told me […]
The Associated Press reports: North Korea’s state-run media say U.S. President Donald Trump’s tweet about having a bigger nuclear button than leader Kim Jong Un’s is the “spasm of a lunatic.” A summary of the commentary by North Korea’s...Show More Summary
North Korea's state-run media say President Trump's tweet about having a bigger nuclear button than leader Kim Jong Un's is the "spasm of a lunatic." Rodong Sinmun, the ruling party newspaper, lashed out at Trump in commentary on Tuesday that took issue with the US commander in chief's Jan. 3...
Kim Jong Un and North Korea are sending a delegation to the 2018 Winter Olympics, hoping to negotiate with South Korea. Hopefully, everything goes well. This post Korean Bobsled Team appeared first on AmmoLand.com.
North Korea’s state-run media has labelled President Trump’s tweet about having a bigger nuclear button than leader Kim Jong Un’s the “spasm of a lunatic,” the Independent reports.
Jeffrey Lewis, a top expert on North Korea, wrote a column suggesting the US should bomb Kim Jong Un's personal toilet to put the fear in him. Lewis's suggestion, while funny, shows the kind of thinking needed to properly calibrate a "bloody nose" strike, which the US is reportedly considering. Show More Summary
North Korea's state-run media say U.S. President Donald Trump's tweet about having a bigger nuclear button than leader Kim Jong Un's is the "spasm of a lunatic." Rodong Sinmun, the … Click to Continue »
North Korea was preparing its delegation for the Olympics well before Kim Jon Un announced his desire to partake in the Winter Games. North Korea was already going through the process of selecting its cheer squad before the end of 2017. But...Show More Summary
A musical development has emerged in the thawing tensions between North and South Korea. The AP reported that a North Korean orchestra will perform in the upcoming Winter Olympics. Read more | Comments
Condoleezza Rice, who was secretary of state under former President George W. Bush, has said North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has turned out to be a smarter operator on the international stage than she expected....
The secretary of state under George W. Bush said Kim Jong Un had proved himself to be a smart operator in dealing with South Korea.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un recently promoted Hyon, the subject of execution rumors in 2013, to the party's central committee.
President Trump should "sit across the table from Kim Jong Un"
Bloomberg: China's Growth Data to Set Tone for Emerging Markets This Week. Seoul's Painful Stock Tax. Along with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's saber rattling, foreign investors with an eye on South Korea may soon face another problem: higher taxes. Show More Summary
"I've been calling on President Trump to directly negotiate with North Korea, to sit across the table from Kim Jong Un," Representative Tulsi Gabbard said.
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Rep. Tulsi Gabbard called it “absolutely unacceptable” that the state sent out a false ballistic missile alert — and then took nearly 40 minutes to correct the error.
Donald Trump told the Wall Street Journal in an interview last week that he probably has a good relationship with Korea’s supreme leader Kim Jong Un. Apparently, Donald Trump denied this by posting on his Twitter that he used the words “I’d probably” which emphasized that he said the words in a conditional tense. Show More Summary