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...by Jonas E. Alexis and John W. Whitehead Jonas E. Alexis: We are told that the 1918 pandemic, which was also called Spanish influenza pandemic...
Jim W. Dean - Trump made a fool of himself again, coming back with his implausible story that Kim refused to give up any of his nuclear program until "all" of the sanctions were removed.
Jim W. Dean - This stopping the US war gaming with South Korea was a show of good faith, but one where the switch can be flicked back on with a tweet from Trump.
Jim W. Dean - The North and South Koreans, along with China, are getting their ducks in a row to box Trump in with a deal he can't refuse without giving the others a free hand to go it alone if he does.
Jim W. Dean - The Ukraine government's earlier claim that it had found no evidence of ballistic missile parts to N Korea was an admission that those in the government had sold these and pocketed the money.
Jim W. Dean - Things are moving right along on deescalating North-South Korea tensions, creating problems for those in the US power structure that want those tensions to continue.
The crew and captain of the U.S. intelligence gathering ship Pueblo are released after 11 months imprisonment by the government of North Korea. The ship, and its...
... from Press TV, Tehran Update: State Department walking back Tillerson's "no preconditions for talks" comments below. Inquiring minds would like to know who is in...
On this 30th day of November in 1950, President Harry S. Truman announces during a press conference that he is prepared to authorize the use of atomic weapons in order to achieve peace in Korea.
Gordon Duff - Is the "swamp" now threatened with a Chinese missile and a Jewish nuke fired from imaginary North Korea as part of a Kosher Nostra staged theatrical production starring the orange buffoon
Jim W. Dean - We are big believers in chaos theory here at VT, where overt geopolitical measures are replaced with the more subtle "creating the conditions" for what you want to happen, but where you don't have your fingerprints on it when it does.
© KCNA Over two-thirds of US voters find President Donald Trump’s remarks on North Korea unhelpful in getting Pyongyang to stop its nuclear weapons program,...
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — President Donald Trump and members of his administration have been deliberately fostering public hysteria over North Korea to drown out voices opposed to any US military buildup,...
US Secretary of Defense James Mattis, for his part, told reporters that any threats to the United States or its allies would be met with a massive, "effective and overwhelming" military response
The top military officers of the United States and South Korea have discussed "effective military responses" that could show the military might of the allies in the wake of North Korea's latest nuclear test on Sunday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un provides guidance on a nuclear weapons program in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News...
Defense Secretary James Mattis broke with his boss Wednesday, saying diplomatic efforts to resolve a simmering crisis on the Korean Peninsula are still viable.
Curious patterns present perplexing questions.
US President Donald Trump has warned that "all options are on the table" after North Korea launched a missile over Japan early Tuesday, CNN reports.
Over half of U.S. residents disagree with President Donald Trump's approach to relations with North Korea, a survey by George Washington University has revealed.
South Korea and the U.S. began a massive annual military exercise Monday, ignoring repeated threats by rival North Korea.
The United States is set to launch its annual joint military exercises with South Korea Monday, a move that threatens North Korea, or the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, DPRK, as it denounced the exercises as a "rehearsal for war."
The heads of US State and Defense Departments, Rex Tillerson and James Mattis, say they are pushing for a “peaceful pressure campaign” on North Korea, breaking with President Donald Trump who has warned Pyongyang of “fire and fury” amid an ongoing standoff.
North Korea's relentless pursuit of nuclear weapons and missiles has raised the threat of a full-blown conflict on the Korean Peninsula. South Korea has also been acquiring German weapons for its self-defense.
Chinese President Xi Jinping discussed the tense situation around North Korea with US President Donald Trump over the phone, urging the “relevant side” to exercise restraint, state TV said.
North Korea wouldn’t stand a chance against the US if the war of words between the two states escalates into a military conflict, Leonid Ivashov, a political analyst and retired Russian Colonel-General, told RT, urging a diplomatic solution to the crisis.
Japan deployed its Patriot missile defence system on Saturday after North Korea threatened to fire ballistic missiles over the country towards the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam, local officials and reports said.
Of late the Western media have waged an atrocious campaign against People's Korea which centres on an incident in Malaysia apparently on the 13th of February in which a DPRK citizen was taken ill at Kualu Lumpur airport and subsequently died . The south Korean fascist puppets were quick to spread the story that this was assassination.
North Korea dismissed warnings by U.S. President Donald Trump that it would face "fire and fury" if it threatened the United States and outlined detailed plans on Thursday for a missile strike near the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam.
Republican Sen. Dan Sullivan announced that Congress needs to approve any preemptive strike against North Korea following President Donald Trump’s threat to hit the country “with fire and fury.”
The United Nations Security Council approved tough new sanctions on North Korea on Saturday including a ban on coal and other exports totaling more than US$1 billion — a huge bite in its total exports, valued at US$3 billion last year.
Is Pyongyang conducting missile tests to enable the delivery of the THAAD missile system and "grease the skids" in South Korea? - Ann Today North Korea...
The mostly unknown record of the brutal U.S. occupation and subsequent control of Korea following the Japanese defeat in August 1945, and the voluminous number of war crimes committed between 1950 and 1953, have been systematically hidden under mountains of accusations directed almost solely against the "red menace" of northern Korea.
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