Former U.S. Defense Secretary William Perry worked on U.S. policy toward North Korea under President Bill Clinton.
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense William Perry said he's skeptical about the chances of obtaining a diplomatic solution with North Korea after its successful launch of an intercontinental ballistic mi...
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North Korea has been nothing but open about its military aspirations: The country and its defiant leader, Kim Jong Un, want a nuclear weapon to place on top of an intercontinental ballistic missile ca...
The intercontinental ballistic missile fired Monday, the Hwasong-14, seen during its test launch in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency.
It's a cool setup for a Tarantino film but a diabolical way to maintain an international order.
President Donald Trump expressed frustration at China in tweets following North Korea's launch of "deep strike" missiles into South Korean waters during a show of force Monday. Following the launch of...
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This has been unfinished business for far too long.
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Australia has defended US nuclear weapons and our own reliance on them, as if a nuclear apartheid is the natural order of things.
Pope Francis has called for international mediation to ease rising tensions between the US and North Korea over Pyongyang's nuclear activity. The pontiff suggested that Norway, for example, was "alway...
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Whilst just two nuclear weapons have been used in war, over 2000 have been detonated throughout 70 years of nuclear weapons testing.
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"The era of strategic patience is over."
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Right now, the best chance is the United Nations-led negotiations in New York.
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Kim Jong Un said the country’s missile program was in its “last stage” earlier this month.
The timing is... interesting.