North Korea

North Korea Weapons - War News

“When they ended missile testing, those things rolled backwards. So when I look at the whole spectrum, to me North Korea… is less dangerous today than it was at the end of 2017, in spite of the fact that they may have made another five to seven weapons worth of nuclear material,” Siegfried Hecker, a former director of the U.S. Los Alamos weapons laboratory.Here's The Full Story…

kim jong un and Xi Jinping - North Korean - Chinese News

“In fact, during his New Year’s Day speech, Kim’s ‘new way’ that he referred to may well have been a veiled threat to move closer to Beijing. That should make America quite concerned.” – Harry J. Kazianis, Director of Defence Studies at U.S.-based Centre for the National Interest said in an e-mailed statement.Here's The Full Story…

Kim Jong Un - North Korea News in Politics Today

“Now that North and South Korea decided to take the path of peace and prosperity, we demand that joint military exercises with outside forces should no longer be allowed and deployment of war equipment such as foreign strategic assets should be completely stopped.” – Kim Jong-un.Here's The Full Story…

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“China and Russia are pursuing hypersonic weapons because their speed, altitude, and maneuverability may defeat most missile defense systems, and they may be used to improve long-range conventional and nuclear strike capabilities,” U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) reveals.Here's The Full Story…

North Korea Heavily fortified land border

“A North Korean soldier was detected crossing the military demarcation line” by South Korean troops using surveillance equipment, the military Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said in a statement. “Related agencies plan to investigate him regarding the details of how he came to the South,” it said.Here's The Full Story…

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“The sanctions exemption has big implications given that the project has garnered recognition and support from the United States and the international society,” South Korea’s presidential spokesperson Kim Eui-kyeom said.Here's The Full Story…

Kim Jong-un - North Korea Politics

“This is sort of like the North Korean version of military reform. If we have to find an underlying message to the outside world, it’s ‘Don’t underestimate us, we are modernising too,” said Choi Kang, vice president of the Asan Institute for Policy Studies in Seoul.Here's The Full Story…

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Xi Jinping told South Korean president Moon Jae-in that he would “make time” to visit North Korea next year, Kim Eui-kyeom, spokesman for South Korea’s presidential office, said at a briefing after a bilateral meeting between Xi and Moon.Here's The Full Story…