T.R. Fehrenbach, in his classic book about the Korean War, says that bombs from the sky aren’t the same as boots on the ground.
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With the North Korean nuclear crisis looming large, 51 countries on Wednesday were to sign a new treaty outlawing nuclear weapons that has been fiercely opposed by the United States and other nuclear powers. The treaty on the prohibition...Show More Summary
MOSCOW (Reuters) - At least eight North Korean ships that left Russia with a cargo of fuel this year headed for their homeland despite declaring other destinations, a ploy that U.S. officials say is often used to undermine sanctions...
Mother of girl snatched from beach by North Korean agents in 1977 says Trump's remarks "had a profound significance"
The U.S. has seen no need to shoot down North Korean missiles test-fired in Japan's direction, but a future missile launch that threatens U.S. or Japanese territory will "elicit a different response from us," Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Monday.
French Socialists may be forced to sell their Paris headquarters to make ends meet. There'll be 10 billion human beings by the year 2050, unless Donald Trump and his North Korean counterpart act on some of their belligerent threats. And a Paris laboratory is trying to find out why some people talk in their sleep.
Condemning the “depraved” North Korean regime, the president mocked Kim Jong Un, saying: “’Rocket Man’ is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime." Trump’s stark message came in a speech in which he also sharply criticized China, mildly rebuked Russia, condemned Venezuela’s government, and suggested he might scrap the Iran nuclear deal.
Korean luxury brand Genesis has its eyes on a big-scale global expansion, well beyond the Korean and US markets where it currently has a presence. The Genesis brand will launch in Australia in early 2018, with the all-new Genesis G70 spearheading the company’s ambitious plans. But there are bigger fish to fry, according to Genesis […]
Watch for more of this kind of crap as Trump Russia gets more inflamed. David Gregory watched the same UN speech we did. The one where Trump called the North Korean dictator "Rocket Man" and suggested we "might have to totally destroy"...Show More Summary
Here’s the New York Post: Better a million dead North Koreans than a thousand dead Americans. The fundamental reason our government exists is to protect our people and our territory. Everything else is a grace note. And the words we never should hear in regard to North Korea’s nuclear threats are “We should’ve done something.” […]
During his first address before the United Nations General Assembly, President Trump referred to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as “rocket man.”
WASHINGTON, Sept 19 (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said on Tuesday that President Donald Trump's characterization of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as "Rocket Man" during a speech to the United Nations was "risky." Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
When Donald Trump said there are "long gas lines" in North Korea, he probably didn't realize most North Koreans don't have cars.
On Tuesday, President Trump threatened to exterminate more than 25 million people on the floor of the United Nations General Assembly. Making no distinction between the regime of Kim Jong-un and the North Korean people, Trump said that if the U.S. “is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North […]
During his first speech in front of the U.N. General Assembly, President Trump promised that the U.S. might have to “totally destroy” North Korea if it is threatened by its regime. Trump also went after North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, stating the “rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself.”
K-Town heads to NYC's Cafe Lily to sample begodya and kuksi Koreans have spread throughout the world, and one of the most unique communities in the diaspora started in the mid-19th century. That’s when Koreans migrated north from the northeastern part of the peninsula and into the eastern section of Russia. Show More Summary
President Trump likes nicknames and Elton John. Those two facts collided this week when Trump dubbed North Korean leader Kim Jong Un “Rocket Man,” in what most believe is an obvious reference to John’s 1972 hit of the same name. Trump first labeled Kim, whose country has ratcheted up its nuclear weapons and ballistic-missile program in recent months, […]
President Donald Trump kicked Tuesday off by delivering an impassioned speech to the 193 member states of the United Nations. Among other things, Trump lashed out at North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and denounced "the scourge of our planet,"...Show More Summary
North Korea’s recent strides towards building nuclear weapons has brought the hermit nation into sharp international focus. The state’s young dictator, Kim Jong-un, was photographed earlier this month relishing his nation’s progressShow More Summary