North Korea - The US under both right wings of its war party is militantly hostile toward nations it doesn't control.
North Korea and the U.S. will resume working-level talks on Oct. 5, North Korea's state news agency KCNA reported Tuesday, reviving the possibility that denuclearization talks have restarted...
On September 10, President Trump fired John Bolton, his third national security adviser, announcing on Twitter that Bolton's "services were no longer needed."
--revealing his 'willingness' to meet the US President after denuclearisation talks stalled
North Korea test-fired two short-range missiles early Tuesday, just hours after offering to resume nuclear talks with the US.
The South Korean government's decision to back out of an intelligence sharing pact with Japan last week inspired great distress and irrational concern from US politicians, pundits and the US-Korean think tank community.
North Korea - The US has been hostile toward North Korea since the peninsula was divided in August 1945 -- changing the course of history negatively.
Another North Korean missile test, another "beautiful" letter from Kim Jong Un.
The borg in Washington DC will not happy about Trump siding with the North Korean chairman Kim Jong Un:
In a series of Tweets, President Trump calls Kim Jong Un a friend and defends three recent missile tests.
Russia carried out what it said was its first long-range joint air patrol in the Asia-Pacific region with China on Tuesday, a mission that triggered hundreds of warning shots, according to South Korean officials, and a strong protest from Japan.
For years, the area around the Red Sea, the Bab al-Mandab strait and the Gulf of Aden was the preferred venue for maritime pirates - mostly of Somali and Yemeni origin - who had become the scourge of Suez-crossing tankers headed to and from the Persi
On Thursday, the U.S. Special Representative for North Korea, Stephen Biegun, will meet in Berlin with Lee Do-hoon, South Korea's special representative on peace and security, and other representatives from the European Union to "advance our shar
President Donald Trump yanked the US-North Korean diplomatic process back onto the rails last week by meeting Chairman Kim Jong-un in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) dividing the Koreas.