Analysts question the ramifications of a possible re-opening of the Kaesong Industrial Complex
Days after Pyongyang's latest missile launch, North Korea has no apparent interest in reconciliation with new South Korean government, or in showing any diplomatic flexibility
Sunday launch is 'much more concerning than satellite launches' because test represents 'level of performance never before seen from North Korean missile'
Moon Jae-in, a liberal, favors engagement and dialog with Pyongyang as Washington pursues sanctions and talks tough
Agricultural specialist Kim Hak-song was working at Pyongyang University of Science and Technology but failed to arrive home in China as expected, his wife says
Trump’s demand that Seoul pony up $1 billion for missile defense system could hamper efforts to counter Pyongyang’s nuclear ambitions
Lee Jung-hoon, the South Korean ambassador for human rights in North Korea, recommended the establishment of an ad hoc international tribunal
Although a 1961 treaty pledges China’s aid if North Korea is attacked, China may accept a pre-emptive U.S. strike if it aligns with Beijing’s interests
But White House says 'time is running out for Kim Jong Un and his regime to either behave or to suffer the consequences'.
The message is to 'pay attention and cease the provocative activities,' retired US admiral says
Former Obama Official Says Attacks Also show China the US is ready to take decisive actions