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New North Korea UN Resolution Is Tough: Can It Be Enforced

Evelyn Leopold | Posted 03.02.2016 | World
Evelyn Leopold

Instead of spending some $4 billion on its weapons programs, Pyongyang could have provided 40 years of humanitarian assistance to its impoverished citizens, South Korea's Ambassador Oh Joon told reporters.

Ted Cruz Says North Korea Bomb Test Foreshadows Where Iran Is Headed

The Huffington Post | Samantha-Jo Roth | Posted 01.06.2016 | Politics

ROCK RAPIDS, Iowa -- Even after U.S. intelligence experts cast doubt on North Korea's claim to have successfully tested a hydrogen bomb, Sen. Ted Cruz...

Republicans Blame Obama, Clinton For North Korea Nuclear Test

Reuters | Igor Bobic | Posted 01.06.2016 | Politics

WASHINGTON, Jan 6 (Reuters) - Republican U.S. presidential candidates on Wednesday blamed President Barack Obama's "failed" foreign policy for North K...

Obama's Consequential First 4th: NoKo, AfPak, Iraq, Russia, Palin (Palin?!)

William Bradley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
William Bradley

North Korea was to have been the drama of the day. But it turned into a major fizzle.

G8 Condemns North Korea Over Nuclear Test, Rocket launch

nasdaq.com | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

Group of Eight leading nations' foreign ministers Friday strongly condemned North Korea for its nuclear test and long-range rocket launch, saying in a...

Is John Bolton Right About North Korea?

Nathan Gardels | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Nathan Gardels

Five days before the North Korean nuclear test, Bolton wrote a prescient article in the Wall Street Journal saying that such a test was imminent. I asked Bolton about North Korea's motives.

North Korea Will Not Be Ignored

Joe Cirincione | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Joe Cirincione

Like Glenn Close in Fatal Attraction, North Korea is a little unbalanced but relentless. The first thing to know about their apparently successful nuclear test is this: don't panic.

After the Nuke Test, the US and North Korea Should Keep Talking

Michael Roston | Posted 06.02.2011 | World
Michael Roston

History is not on North Korea's side, and ensnaring the hermit state in negotiations establishes some possibility of reining in its behaviors.