In the 1960s, America Nearly Went to War with North Korea - The National Interest Online (blog)

The National Interest Online (blog)In the 1960s, America Nearly Went to War with North KoreaThe National Interest Online (blog)The United States and North Korea have had several military confrontations since the end of the Korean War, but few were as potentially dangerous as the seizure of the USS Pueblo and her crew. While the incident was eventually resolved peacefully, few ...and more »

Danger Zone: Will North Korea Take the Highway to Nuclear War? - The National Interest Online

The National Interest OnlineDanger Zone: Will North Korea Take the Highway to Nuclear War?The National Interest OnlineThe United States does not have the experience to draw upon that would guide it through a military action against the DPRK. Edward Chang. October 5, 2017. TweetShareShare · Printer-friendly version. Analysts agree North Korea is quite serious in its ...and more »

North Korea is losing its friends in Africa - Quartz

QuartzNorth Korea is losing its friends in AfricaQuartzSudan has reportedly cut off ties with North Korea, the result of negotiations with the United States over lifting sanctions on Khartoum, officials told the Financial Times. That follows Uganda, which announced the end of ties with Pyongyang last year ...and more »

Anti-American propaganda in North Korea -15 nightmarish propaganda posters, North Korea - The Sherbrooke Times

The Sherbrooke TimesAnti-American propaganda in North Korea -15 nightmarish propaganda posters, North KoreaThe Sherbrooke TimesFrom 25 June 1950 to 27 July 1953 was the Korean war — armed conflict between North and South Korea, reports Rus.Media. Although many believe that it was a proxy war between the US and the USSR. The war began with the invasion of the DPRK on the ...and more »