DNIPRO, Ukraine (Reuters) - The wall around the Yuzhmash rocket factory in east Ukraine is in places overgrown with weeds, a sign of hard times at a plant which a new study says could be the source of engines that power North Korean missiles.
When just three weeks ago today Trump fired Reince Priebus and replaced him Gen. John Kelly, we said that "with a military veteran now whispering in Trump's ear every day, Kim Jong-Un's days are now numbered." Then, just two days ago,...Show More Summary
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MICHAEL LEDEEN CONNECTS THE DOTS: North Korea Is No Rogue Nation.
The images celebrate the recent missile tests and condemn the latest round of U.N. sanctions.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and South Korea will start a joint exercise called Ulchi Freedom Guardian (UFG) on Aug. 21 lasting through Aug. 31, the Pentagon said on Friday, as tensions had escalated over North Korea's missile and nuclear weapons program.
Right-wing Facebook pages created a meme containing a fabricated quote attributed to the Democratic Congresswoman.
Thae Yong Ho, the highest-ever diplomatic official to defect from North Korea, told South Korea's JoonAng Daily that while Kim Jong Un is "actually very clever," his days at the top of the regime are numbered. As North Korean propaganda...Show More Summary
U.S.-South Korea military exercises next week come amid heightened tensions between the U.S. and North Korea.
Japan is eyeing the deployment of the Aegis Ashore, a land-base missile defense system.
North Korea has warned that Washington and Seoul will cause a "catastrophe" by holding their annual joint military drill in the Korean Peninsula. The US and South Korea claim the exercises are defensive, but North Korea has said they are a practice run for a nuclear war against it. Show More Summary
Dave Majumdar Security, Yes, this could happen. In the event that North Korea tests another Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) or potentially launches an attack on the United States, the Pentagon could try to intercept those missiles with the Ground-Based Midcourse Defense (GMD) system. Show More Summary
] When it comes to North Korea, the White House is struggling to speak with one voice despite the efforts of the State Department and the Pentagon. The threat stemming from North Korea’s ballistic missile test launches and plans to strike the U.S. territory of Guam remains an issue high on the...
Elon Musk recently said that the threat of Artificial Intelligence is more dangerous than that of North Korea’s nuclear ambitions. While I don’t pretend to be a foreign policy expert, I’m confident that Musk’s commentary oversimplifies things at the very least. Show More Summary
While the market turmoil (stocks down a few percentage points from all-time record highs) is being pinned on various factors (from North Korea, Trump, & Cohn to terrible retailer earnings and J-Hole anxiety), we suspect the real cause...Show More Summary
He may have presented a unconcerned face to the media, but President Trump remains ambivalent about his adviser's future in the White House.
Mattis and Tillerson tried to clean up after his gaffe. But despite Trump’s bluster, opening fire would be catastrophic.
Traders barely had time to enjoy the lull from the "Armageddon trade" - the rising possibility of a nuclear exchange between the US and North Korea, which peaked over the weekend when various US officials said a nuclear war is not imminent, echoed by a statement by N. Show More Summary