The problem is that Iran will become another North Korea: a hostile tyranny of obsessive megalomaniacs with nuclear power.
Top officials from the U.S. and China met to discuss domestic and international issues in the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue. However, the meeting concluded without any notable progress made on issues surrounding China’s actions in cyberspace and at sea.
One issue in particular that could lead to [Read more]
There is controversy brewing due to President Park Geun-hye abandoning her planned visit to the United States from June 14 to June 19. On one hand, there are those who insist that the summit with President Barack Obama should proceed as scheduled. On the other hand, some are calling for the meeting to be delayed [Read more]
North Korea continued to blame South Korea for the current stalemate in inter-Korean relations, saying Seoul must halt its joint military exercises with the United States if it wants to see bilateral ties improved.
<i>The U.S. policy oriented toward strengthening sanctions and the international isolation of North Korea makes the nuclear safety on the Korean Peninsula and its nearest regions weaker, expert Alexander Vorontsov says.</i>
The North Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs called the strengthening of nuclear force a [Read more]
North Korea has been rather busy recently. It has been test firing its submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM), threatening the islands near the Northern Limit Line (NLL) in the Yellow Sea, shortly followed by nighttime bombardment exercises; the list could go on. Its recent internal purges, which saw the execution [Read more]
The meeting next week is expected to focus on strengthening efforts among the three nations to deter the North Korean threat following its recent test-firing of a submarine-launched ballistic missile.
[Obama’s] good judgement enables him to see the exorbitant cost that the military alternative would incur.
On April 27, the U.S. secretary of state and U.S. secretary of defense met with their Japanese counterparts in Washington D.C. to hold talks and revise the Guidelines for U.S.-Japan Defense Cooperation. The agreement greatly expanded the scope and breadth of the Japanese self-defense force (SDF) and will allow them to [Read more]