Kim Jong Un’s Military Parade Is a Wake Up Call for Trump
On Sunday, North Korea is expected to parade its greatest military assets: the missiles it could use to attack the U.S. with nuclear warheads.
Trump Doubles Down on Indulgent—and Failing—N. Korea Policy
China, Russia, and both Koreas have declared open season on America.
South Korea’s New Political Darling Is Kim Jong Un
If the Kimster’s charm initiative was meant to undermine the alliance between Seoul and Washington, it’s working out well.
SUMMIT OF ALL FEARS
What Happens if ‘Rocket Man’ Comes to New York?
It looks like Kim Jong Un's angling for another Trump meeting, and the U.N. General Assembly would be a good venue. It could break the nuclear impasse — or make things much worse.
North Korea’s Grave Secrets: What U.S. Remains Can Reveal
Fifty-five packages of remains supposed to be Americans killed in the Korean War were sent to a U.S. government lab on Hawaii this week. Now the real investigative work begins.
North Korea’s Plan for a Peace to End All Peace
“We’re in positive momentum right now. We’re going to maintain that,” said a U.S. general in Korea after some GI remains were returned on Friday. But where does that momentum lead?
Kim Jong Un Must Tell Us What Happened to American POWs
Americans were held in captivity for years. U.S. Air Force Major Samuel Porter Logan Jr., shot down during the Korean War, was just one of them. Some might even be alive.