North Korea's Nuclear Future: A Conversation With Joel Wit
February 26, 2015
North Korea's Nuclear Future: A Conversation With Joel Wit
U.S. editors Ankit Panda and Shannon Tiezzi discuss North Korea's nuclear weapons program with Joel Wit.
North Korea's Nuclear Future: A Conversation With Joel Wit
What’s the Status of North Korea’s ICBM?
February 26, 2015
What’s the Status of North Korea’s ICBM?
The truth is we know very little, but North Korea's ICBM is still not operational.
What’s the Status of North Korea’s ICBM?
Indian Prime Minister Visits Arunachal Pradesh, Drawing Chinese Criticism
February 21, 2015
Indian Prime Minister Visits Arunachal Pradesh, Drawing Chinese Criticism
Plus, ISIS, public opinion in Myanmar, the Chinese military's weaknesses, aircraft carriers, and more. Weekend links.
Indian Prime Minister Visits Arunachal Pradesh, Drawing Chinese Criticism
4 US Littoral Combat Ships to Operate out of Singapore by 2018
February 19, 2015
4 US Littoral Combat Ships to Operate out of Singapore by 2018
The controversial naval vessel will also participate in a military exercise off the coast of South Korea next month.
4 US Littoral Combat Ships to Operate out of Singapore by 2018
Kim Jong-un Executes Senior KPA General
February 06, 2015
Kim Jong-un Executes Senior KPA General
General Pyon In-son, the head of operations of the KPA, was executed, reportedly for disagreeing with Kim Jong-un.
Kim Jong-un Executes Senior KPA General
Majority of Australians Support Neutrality in Hypothetical China-Japan Conflict
January 10, 2015
Majority of Australians Support Neutrality in Hypothetical China-Japan Conflict
Plus, Indian Air Force gets new Su-30s, invading North Korea, Putin and Tea Party conservatives, and more. Links.
Majority of Australians Support Neutrality in Hypothetical China-Japan Conflict
South Korean Government Won't Stop Balloon-Drop of 'The Interview' in North Korea
January 09, 2015
South Korean Government Won't Stop Balloon-Drop of 'The Interview' in North Korea
South Korean authorities won't prevent a human rights group from dropping DVDs of The Interview in North Korea.
South Korean Government Won't Stop Balloon-Drop of 'The Interview' in North Korea
Murders Strain Frayed China-North Korea Ties
January 08, 2015
Murders Strain Frayed China-North Korea Ties
A North Korean army defector killed four Chinese citizens in a border town.
Murders Strain Frayed China-North Korea Ties
South Korea Notes 'Significant' North Korean Nuclear Advances
January 07, 2015
South Korea Notes 'Significant' North Korean Nuclear Advances
South Korea's January 2015 defense white paper notes that North Korea has likely miniaturized a nuclear device.
South Korea Notes 'Significant' North Korean Nuclear Advances
US, South Korea, Japan Start Sharing Intelligence on North Korea
December 30, 2014
US, South Korea, Japan Start Sharing Intelligence on North Korea
The United States will serve as an intermediary for intelligence sharing between Japan and South Korea on North Korea.
US, South Korea, Japan Start Sharing Intelligence on North Korea
Indian Ocean Tsunami: 10 Years Later
December 24, 2014
Indian Ocean Tsunami: 10 Years Later
Plus, more on the Sony Pictures hack, Afghan security, and intelligence failures. Mid-week links.
Indian Ocean Tsunami: 10 Years Later
Cyber: North Korea's Ace Up the Sleeve?
December 18, 2014
Cyber: North Korea's Ace Up the Sleeve?
If North Korea is shown to have sponsored the attack on Sony Pictures, the U.S. must respond with proportionate action.
Cyber: North Korea's Ace Up the Sleeve?
North Korea Calls for UN Security Council Investigation of CIA Torture
December 17, 2014
North Korea Calls for UN Security Council Investigation of CIA Torture
In an attempt to deflect criticism of its own human rights record, North Korea is calling for a UNSC session on the CIA.
North Korea Calls for UN Security Council Investigation of CIA Torture
The Worrying Trend of Diplomatic Balancing in Northeast Asia
December 15, 2014
The Worrying Trend of Diplomatic Balancing in Northeast Asia
Diplomatic balancing in Northeast Asia could inhibit the growth of a new, stable regional order.
The Worrying Trend of Diplomatic Balancing in Northeast Asia
China Not Invited to Kim Jong-il's Death Anniversary Commemoration
December 09, 2014
China Not Invited to Kim Jong-il's Death Anniversary Commemoration
The North Korean government will not invite China to the commemoration of Kim Jong-il's third death anniversary.
China Not Invited to Kim Jong-il's Death Anniversary Commemoration
Ash Carter Likely Pick for Next US Defense Secretary
December 04, 2014
Ash Carter Likely Pick for Next US Defense Secretary
Plus, North Korea, cyberwarfare, Afghanistan's future, and more. Mid-week links.
Ash Carter Likely Pick for Next US Defense Secretary
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