A day after the United States announced it will not seek a "grand bargain" in denuclearization negotiations with North Korea and pursue a “calibrated” diplomacy, Pyongyang ratcheted up its bellicose rhetoric lambasting Washington and Seoul Sunday.
A South Korean publisher released North Korean founder Kim Il Sung’s memoirs for the first time, without seeking government approval, sparking controversy domestically.
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.
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.
North Korea is skipping the Tokyo Summer Olympics over Covid-19 fears, thwarting Seoul's hopes of engaging Pyongyang through sports diplomacy.
Lee Jong-joo, the first female spokesman of the Unification Ministry, speaks during a press conference at the government complex in central Seoul Monday. Lee was inaugurated the previous day as the very first woman spokesman...
President Moon Jae-in on Monday delivered a riposte to allegations he offered to build North Korea a nuclear power plant in years past, warning the opposition not to resort to politics of a bygone era to foment divisions during a time of crisis.
The deputy chief of Seoul’s Ministry of Unification on Sunday defended a controversial new law criminalizing the distribution of anti-Pyongyang propaganda at the inter-Korean border, justifying the ban as a lawful move...
South Korea’s ruling Democratic Party (DP) on Monday again used its large majority in the National Assembly to pass a contentious bill banning the sending of propaganda leaflets to North Korea, in spite of protests by the opposition and reproaches...
Seoul’s top inter-Korean agency is seeking a wholesale exemption for humanitarian aid from United Nations sanctions on North Korea, a senior official said Tuesday.