Kim Jong-un views nuclear weapons as a way to escape fate of Saddam and Gadhafi

Kim Jong-un views nuclear weapons as a way to escape fate of Saddam and Gadhafi
The game is over and North Korea has won
William Tobey, a nuclear non-proliferation expert who has taken part in past Six Party Talks with North Korea, says anyone who claims to perfectly understand the motivations of the North Korean government, and does not live in Pyongyang, is probably 

President Trump with President Xi Jinping of China at Mr. Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla., in April. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times. BEIJING — In a diplomatic gamble, President Trump is seeking to enlist China as a peacemaker in … . English and Chamorro are the island's chief languages, with Chamorro being its largest ethnic group. (Aug. 9, 2017). MICHELLE YE HEE LEE. Every few years, my home island of Guam enters the national consciousness. Mainlanders see headlines that
Who is Kim Jong Un and what will he decide to do?
Who is Kim Jong Un and what will he decide to do?
Hundreds of North Korean students were photographed standing in line to join the country's military as clerics on Guam have prayed for peace. The mass enlistment took place as tensions on the Korean peninsula have reached their most critical since 1951.
Hundreds of students enlist in the North Korean military as tensions with the United States reach breaking point
Hundreds of students enlist in the North Korean military as tensions with the United States reach breaking point

Guam, Japan prepare for possible North Korea missile launch

A day after he threatened North Korea with “fire and fury,” President Donald Trump distorted the facts when he boasted that his “first order as President was to renovate and modernize our nuclear arsenal” and “it is now far stronger and more powerful …

The game is over and North Korea has won
The game is over and North Korea has won
In this Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017, file photo, a man watches a TV screen showing a local news program reporting on North Korea's threats to strike Guam with ballistic missiles, at the Seoul Train Station in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017.

North Korea shouldn't be the only nation “very, very nervous” about its stand-off with the United States, as President Donald Trump suggested this week. Carleton University Professor Elliot Tepper, an expert on international relations, and in …

Hundreds of students enlist in the North Korean military as tensions with the United States reach breaking point

Trump Eyes China Sanctions While Seeking Its Help on North Korea
Trump Eyes China Sanctions While Seeking Its Help on North Korea

Hagatña, Guam (CNN) North Korean military figures are putting the final touches on a plan to fire four missiles into the waters around the US territory of Guam, to be presented to leader Kim Jong Un within days. In a statement last week, Gen. Kim Rak … . The world is daily and hourly edging closer to the brink of nuclear war, as US President Donald Trump maintains a constant stream of extraordinarily inflammatory and reckless threats against North Korea. Such bellicose language coming from the man in

Who is Kim Jong Un and what will he decide to do?

Donald Trump has told Guam's Governor North Korea's threat to launch a missile strike near the remote Pacific island will boost tourism, while assuring the politician the US stands behind the territory "1,000 per cent". . President Donald Trump say down with his national security advisers this afternoon to discuss the intensifying crisis with North Korea; Rebuked critics this afternoon who argued that his 'fire and fury' threat to North Korea was over the top; 'Maybe it …

Guam, Japan prepare for possible North Korea missile launch
Guam, Japan prepare for possible North Korea missile launch

Trump has pushed China to pressure North Korea to halt a nuclear weapons program that is nearing the capability of targeting the United States. China's President Xi Jinping has called for calm as tensions between the U.S. and North Korea escalate …

North Korea crisis: What does Kim Jong-un really want?

SEOUL — If North Korea goes ahead with its threat to fire ballistic missiles toward the U.S. territory of Guam, the order will come from Kim Jong Un himself. The officials in charge of North Korea's missile program could complete their preparations by …

The US Secretary of State says 'the American people should sleep well at night' despite the standoff over missile testing. OPINION: It fell upon increasingly bedraggled US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to explain why it's perfectly appropriate for a …

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