North Korea Spy Satellite Launch Fails as Rocket Falls Into the Sea
By Hyung-jin Kim and Kim Tong-hyung
North Korean media said the country’s space agency will investigate “the serious defects revealed” by the launch and conduct a second launch as soon as possible.
New Construction Seen at Missile-Related Site in North Korea
By Associated Press
Satellite images show the completion of a new structure at the March 16 Factory near Pyongyang.
South Korea Warns Against North Korea Rocket Launch
By Hyung-Jin Kim
A special adviser to South Korea’s president said a launch by the North would be a “big disaster” for diplomacy.
Decoding North Korea’s Bluster
By Sheila Miyoshi Jager
Seeing Pyongyang’s provocations for what they really are could help avoid disaster.
Japan Unveils Unilateral Sanctions on North Korea
By Mina Pollmann
Japan is sending a signal, even though its sanctions are likely to have a limited effect at best.
US Congress Close to Passing New Sanctions on North Korea
By Shannon Tiezzi
Yesterday, the Senate unanimously passed a bill calling for tough new sanctions that could impact China as well.
South Korea’s Bluff on Pyongyang’s Rocket Launch
By John Power
South Korea threatened to shoot down North Korea's projectile, despite apparently lacking the capability to do so.