Trump believes a few hostile tweets and promises of aid will get Kim Jong Un to abandon his nuclear weapons. He believes this because that’s how it works on television.
Jeffrey Lewis is the founding publisher of the Arms Control Wonk blog and a scholar that the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey.
Trump’s incoming national security adviser is sending the exact wrong message to Pyongyang. Maybe because deep down he really wants to bomb it.
A ‘heat map’ of Strava users published this weekend revealed sensitive military bases across the world—and hackers could do even more with the data.
The target? The country’s most secure sh*thole.
Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity.
Team Trump can push Kim Jong Un all it wants. He’s building the infrastructure for more missile launches—many, many more.
We should consider it a likely possibility that North Korea has dispersed a number of ICBMs around the Hermit Kingdom.
America’s missile defense system could knock a North Korean ICBM out of the sky—and potentially start World War III.
After the shock of North Korea’s ICBM test wore off, pundits began to reassure themselves: ‘It’s only Alaska that’s in range. That is fine.’ Here’s why they’re wrong.
Trump can tweet all he wants but this is our new reality: Kim Jong Un has nukes, now he has an intercontinental missile, and he will use them to threaten the U.S.