While North Korea’s barrage of complaints about US President Joe Biden’s policies over the weekend might appear to be ratcheting up tensions, some signs suggest Pyongyang hasn’t ruled out diplomacy with the new team in Washington. Few observers expect talks
North Korea is again caught in the crosshairs of a political to-do. It has lashed out at the United States and its allies in South Korea on Sunday in a series of statements saying recent comments from Washington are proof of a hostile policy that requires a corresponding
Kim Jong Un has rolled out a lot of new missiles in recent months, including at least one more last week. The next step is for him to fire them into the air to get President-elect Joe Biden’s attention. The North Korean leader paraded a new submarine-launched
North Korea opened the first full congress of its ruling party in five years, with leader Kim Jong Un admitting his previous economic development plans have failed. The congress could be crucial, coming as it does amid what some experts see as the most fraught
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has, of late, been trying to portray the human side of his personality. Recently, at a military parade, he shed tears as he thanked citizens for their sacrifices. Kim became emotional as he paid tribute to troops
South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday hailed the third meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un in the Demilitarised Zone as the result of an “astounding imagination” and thinking outside the box.
Xi "pushed for the US to show flexibility and meet the DPRK (North Korea) halfway, including the timely easing of sanctions against the DPRK and finding a solution to each other's concerns through dialogue," Wang Yi told reporters.
China has received a briefing from the United States on the latest meeting between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, China’s Foreign Ministry said on Saturday,
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un invited US President Donald Trump to visit Pyongyang in a letter sent in August, a South Korean newspaper reported on Monday, citing diplomatic sources.
The statement suggests North Korea might perform additional launches or even test a nuclear device soon as it pushes to modernize its arsenal and increase pressure on the Biden administration while nuclear diplomacy remains stalled.