A much different time indeed. While North Korea is still a nuclear weapons state that may be producing five to eight bombs per year, the dynamic between Washington and Pyongyang this year is markedly more upbeat. American policy remains unchanged ?
South Korean troops have gradually taken over most operations along their side of the border but international forces under the U.S.-led United Nations Command retain major roles, especially at the JSA, where an American commander and a South Korean
Park Won-soon, the mayor of Seoul, has revealed a five-year plan to invest $108 million to develop the South Korean capital as a smart city powered by blockchain.
Blockchain technology that enables cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin will also enable Smart Cities, and Seoul, South Korea will be a test lab. Blockchain technology can be used for any conceivable type of transaction, from parking tickets to real estate
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Monday that he and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un made "significant progress" toward an agreement for the North to give up its nuclear weapons.
Troops from North and South Korea began removing some landmines along their heavily fortified border on Monday, the South's defense ministry said, in a pact to reduce tension and build trust on the divided peninsula.
Kim has expressed his desire for contact with Americans. The Trump administration should give it to him.
North Korea's foreign minister told the United Nations on Saturday continued sanctions were deepening its mistrust in the United States and there was no way the country would give up its nuclear weapons unilaterally under such circumstances.
So the Korean War ended this week. Or so you would believe if you scanned the headlines of the British tabloids.
Springtime in Korea. Peace and love have erupted all over the mountainous peninsula as the leaders of the two rival nations seek to end the nearly seven decades of hostility between them.
Key goal is to declare end to Korean War by end of the year
ust when you think that the U.S. national-security state's policy toward Korea can't get more perverse, it does. The latest perversion?
Kim Jong-un agrees to inspections
Seeks denuclearization by 2021
"The needle hasn't moved at all" on denuclearization, an expert said.
Pyongyang this week South Korean President Moon Jae-in travels to Pyongyang this week for his third summit with Kim Jong Un, looking to break the deadlock in nuclear talks between North Korea and the United States.
North Korea - Sanctions on North Korea never should have been imposed by the Security Council or other nations unilaterally.
Michael Palin was granted unique access to North Korea for his latest show, finding eerily empty cities and surreal piped music in the streets – but some surprisingly happy people
North Korean leader looks to renew momentum on deal
Late Wednesday evening North Korea announced it would pursue denuclearization by the end of President Trump's first term, or by early 2021. The announcement came via South Korean President Moon Jae-in and his national security advisor Chung Eui-yon
Late Wednesday evening North Korea announced it would pursue denuclearization by the end of President Trump's first term, or by early 2021. The announcement came via South Korean President Moon Jae-in and his national security advisor Chung Eui-yong,
Steven Beyer for the Western Journal reports, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has announced that the United States will ramp up military exercises with South Korea just days after North Korea sent a hostile letter to President Donald Trump.
The media continues to get the President's North Korean peace initiative all wrong: in some cases this is due to laziness, Washington-centric group-think, and just plain ignorance. In other cases, it is quite deliberate.