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North Korea needs 'strategic shaping' Speaking Freely is an Asia Times Online feature that allows guest writers to have their say...A launch by North Korea of two mid-range Rodong missiles last Saturday was a political act that does not indicate any
S foreign ministry says it has summoned North Korea's envoy in Berlin over Pyongyang's threat to carry out another nuclear test. The foreign ministry said the summoning of Ambassador Ri Si Hong on Monday was also prompted by North Korea's recent
North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, was sending an alarming message to the world on Friday , 4th of April 2014, for their new form of nuclear test. They are addressing the nation to witness the possible outcome of the event. The test
South Korea has tested a new ballistic missile with a range of 310 miles and it plans to extend the missile's range to nearly 500 miles-- allowing it to strike any site in North Korea, its defense ministry said Friday. "We test-fired it, and we
North Korea on Friday accused the United States of being hell-bent on regime change'' and warned that any maneuvers with that intention will be viewed as a red line'' that will result in countermeasures. Pyongyang's deputy U.N. ambassador Ri Tong Il
The U.S. had better ponder over this and stop acting rashly." Last week, North Korea launched two ballistic missiles into the sea off its east coast Wednesday, violating United Nations resolutions that prohibits Pyongyang from conducting such tests...
High-ranking military officials from South Korea, Japan and the US will hold tripartite talks in Washington next month on defence coordination against the backdrop of nuclear and missile threats from North Korea.
South Korea North Korea on Wednesday test-fired what appeared to be two mid-range ballistic missiles, South Korea said, hours after Pyongyang rivals South Korea, Japan and the United States met in the Netherlands to discuss the country. Such a
19 United Nations: North Korea on Monday fired a fresh warning that it would take nuclear "measures" if the United States does not end what the communist state described as provocations. North Korea's ambassador to the United Nations, Ri Tong-Li,
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University said Thursday work was ongoing at North Korean nuclear and missile sites, but no activity was imminent. North Korea fired more than two dozen short-range missiles from its east coast into the sea last weekend.