North Korea marked founder Kim Il Sung’s birthday anniversary Thursday with more festivities than the previous year, and with no signs of unusual activities so far, according to the South Korean military.
North Korea may resume its nuclear and intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) tests as part of efforts to drive wedges between the United States and its allies, said the U.S. intelligence chief in a Senate hearing Wednesday.
The U.S. Congress is set to hold a rare hearing on South Korea’s controversial anti-leaflet law Thursday, which U.S. officials and human rights experts warn should not be underestimated by Seoul.
I talked to a Chinese source who met with North Korea’s State Affairs Commission Chairman Kim Jong-un a number of times. When I asked about the most impressive part of their meetings, he said, “Kim was thinking about 20 to 30...
In what could be a pivotal week on the Korean Peninsula, there is interest whether North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un would opt for any provocation as the country marks the birthday of Kim Il Sung Thursday and Washington finalizes its Pyongyang review.
The United States is prepared to engage in “some form of diplomacy” with North Korea if it will lead to denuclearization, the White House said Wednesday.
Satellite imagery from Tuesday shows that North Korea has moved a submersible missile test stand barge at a naval shipyard on its east coast, a U.S. think tank said Wednesday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un urged the ruling Workers' Party's grassroots units to help eliminate antisocialist practices at a major political conference, state media reported Wednesday.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga called North Korea's decision to skip the Tokyo Olympics a “unilateral announcement” Tuesday, but kept open the possibility that Pyongyang could still change its mind last minute.
A North Korean company has lost its lawsuit for allegedly undelivered payments for iron ore bought by a South Korean company and three other firms in the first such inter-Korean business dispute.