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2017/06/01 | Daniel Fazio
North Korea and the Guns of August
Brinkmanship on the Korean Peninsula can only go so far before a crisis occurs, or war breaks out, Daniel Fazio writes.
2017/05/05 | Graham Ong-Webb
North Korea’s Nuclear Threat Must Be Taken More Seriously Than Ever
Pyongyang’s intention in using nuclear weapons would be to destroy these American bases to remove the advantage they give to South Korea’s national defense. This is why the threat of nuclear use, especially by a more brazen regime under Kim Jong-Un, needs to be taken very seriously.
2017/04/26 | Robert Kim
The Forgotten American Missionaries of Pyongyang
In the decades before World War II, US Christians created a 'Jerusalem of the East.'
2017/04/20 | FORTUNE
Donald Trump Can’t Count on China to Keep North Korea in Check
If Trump believes that China genuinely has either the means or inclination to 'solve' the North Korean problem in American terms, he is likely to be sorely disappointed.
2016/08/21 | Robert E Kelly
North Korea: A Realistic Path to Regime Change
North Korea cannot survive on its own; it has always required a foreign patron. This is a weakness that can be exploited.
2016/02/17 | TNL 編輯
South Korea Eyes US Missile Defense System And Stokes Fear In China
As North Korean missile threats expand, South Korea is pushing for deployment of a US high-altitude air defense system, Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD). The push, however, has stoked fear in China, which believes deployment of the system could help the US to expand its military power in the region.