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A break in the wall

Human rights diplomacy is putting pressure on North Korea to stop its nuclear program and improve its humanitarian situation. Past attempts by the international community to ensure the Pyongyang regime undergoes these reforms have failed, although slow changes from the international community appear to be happening. 461 more words

Politics

How much Chinese help on North Korea can Trump expect? This expert says 'not very much'

(NationalSentinel) North Korea: The North Koreans put on what many considered a very impressive display of military might during last weekend’s massive parade in celebration of Kim Il-Sung, the country’s founder and current leader Kim Jong-un’s grandfather. 694 more words

National Security

US said preparing strike to ‘utterly destroy’ N. Korean nuclear program

US Vice President Mike Pence will arrive in Seoul Sunday, flying into a geopolitical maelstrom amid a possible North Korean nuclear test and harsh US warnings about a military response. 825 more words

Daily News

North Korea, and America's Response: Inevitable

The one thing we found during the Obama Era was that if you sit passively and do nothing, then other countries and other extremists do whatever they want. 300 more words

News

China and Nuclear Weapons: Implications of a No First Use Doctrine

Written by Marc Finaud.

The most remarkable feature of China’s nuclear doctrine is its consistent no first use policy. In other words, China pledges ‘not to be the first to use nuclear weapons at any time or under any circumstances’. 826 more words

Nuclear Deterrent

Iran says it’s ‘completely ready’ to restart nuclear program

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif warned Monday that Tehran is “completely ready” to restart its nuclear program if the US fails to live up to its commitments under the July 2015 nuclear deal. 453 more words

Daily News

Friday 17 March, 2017 Update: Tillerson Calls for a New North Korean Strategy

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson publicly acknowledged that twenty years of diplomatic efforts aimed at North Korea have been an abject failure. The era of ‘strategic patience’ is over and a new strategy is needed to contend with North Korea. 336 more words

International Relations