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North Korea and a New World Order - Washington Times

ANALYSIS/OPINION: L. et us honestly admit it. Despite the blistering rhetoric of President Trump, there are no good options to resolve the North Korean crisis. Even the traditional hawks who do not see any war they do not like this time are of the same ...and more »

Avoiding a pathway to war with North Korea - East Asia Forum

Author: Hitoshi Tanaka, JCIE. Tensions on the Korean Peninsula continue to rise. Kim Jong-un has ramped North Korea's missile and nuclear testing programs, edging closer to possessing nuclear-tipped ICBMs that are capable of targeting the US mainland.and more »

Five assumptions we make about North Korea – and why they're wrong - The Conversation AU

As northeast Asia teeters on the brink of a conflict that could escalate beyond anyone's control, it is more important than ever to be well-informed about North Korea, and move beyond the common caricatures of the country and its leader, Kim Jong-un ...and more »

Now I Get It: North Korea's quest to develop a hydrogen bomb - Yahoo News

By Kate Murphy. Fiery rhetoric between the U.S. and North Korea has further motivated North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un, to develop and launch a nuclear weapon. North Korea has conducted six underground nuclear tests and a series of successful missile ...and more »

It's Time to Reckon With What It Would Really Take to Deter North Korea - Foreign Policy (blog)

There is a new piece of conventional wisdom on North Korea in Washington: The idea that the United States should “recognize” North Korea as a nuclear state and move toward a policy of containment and deterrence. To be sure, this may be the only option ...and more »

Donald Trump to go on tour of Asian countries 'to confront Kim Jong-un' - The Independent

Donald Trump will travel to Asia in November for the first time since becoming President, in a tour planned to “confront the North Korean threat”. The President has been applying pressure on his allies in the region to impose tougher sanctions on North ...and more »

What Really Worries South Koreans: Trump - TIME

In the escalating standoff between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, Seoul is ground zero. Just 35 miles from the demilitarized zone, the metropolitan area of 25 million, with its fashionable, upscale entertainment bars, globe-spanning banks and new 123 ...and more »

N. Korea a useful US irritant for Russia and China - Washington Times

ANALYSIS/OPINION: W. ith all the news and threats flying back and forth between Washington and Pyongyang, it is worth drilling down into the historical and geopolitical scenario on the Korean Peninsula and ignore the bluster. With that in mind, there ...and more »

Trump Plans Trip to Asia Amid North Korea Crisis - New York Times

WASHINGTON — President Trump plans to travel to Asia in November for the longest overseas journey of his presidency to date as he seeks to build a common front against North Korea's development of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles, the White ...and more »

What can actually trigger war on the Korean Peninsula? -

In the coming days, there are three possible triggers for war with North Korea that need to be carefully watched. The first possible trigger is a declaration of war by North Korea, especially since the United States has made clear it has not declared ...and more »