U.S. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan stressed that Washington holds “no hostile policy” towards North Korea and reiterated Washington’s stance that it is always ready to engage in negotiations with Pyongyang Tuesday.
Despite indications of North Korea’s continued activity at its Yongbyon nuclear complex, leader Kim Jong-un appears to be engaging in a charm offensive to lure both South Korea and China to increase negotiating leverage with the United States.
North Korea’s Foreign Ministry lambasted the United Nations Security Council Sunday for convening a meeting over its latest missile launches, calling it an “intolerable provocation.”
North Korea fired a short-range missile into the East Sea Tuesday morning, said South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), a move immediately condemned by Washington.
Four civic activists suspected of having received at least $20,000 from North Korea in 2019 also converted almost $24,800 into won between 2017 and 2018, according to a warrant filed by police and the National Intelligence Service (NIS) on July 27.
Four civic activists were suspected of having received at least $20,000 from North Korea, taken orders from Pyongyang to establish an underground organization and carried out activities benefiting the communist regime, according to sources...
The police on Monday detained three people for having executed orders from North Korea to organize public protests against the government’s plan to procure U.S.-built stealth fighter jets.
LG U+ will invest in local cryptographic company CryptoLab to build a 5G and 6G network safe from quantum computer attacks, the telecom company said on Sunday. LG U+ said it has purchased a stake in CryptoLab, with the two companies planning to ...
Following a devastating and deadly fire at a Coupang warehouse, a battle over the details about the initial response to the incident is raging in the local press and online, with rumors being met by denials and silence.
North Korea obtained two new oil tankers for its smuggling operations last year in evasion of international sanctions, in addition to another vessel in 2019, according to an analysis by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).