While the United States and South Korea are aligned on the need to diplomatically engage North Korea, they may differ on the steps needed to be taken, the U.S. top security adviser said Tuesday.
On Oct. 19, I attended a town hall meeting for White House correspondents held at the White House Historical Association in Washington. Their newly elected staff were taking requests from members. Each member came out...
North Korean state media said the country successfully launched a new ballistic missile from a submarine, which would be a significant increase in the country's attack capabilities.
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.
President Moon Jae-in said that there is “no reason for confrontation” between the two Koreas Tuesday, a day after the restoring of cross-border hotlines, stressing the importance of co-prosperity with the North.
The United States remains open to dialogue with North Korea to convince the country to commit to denuclearization, a White House spokesperson said Monday, local time, after the North revealed it tested new cruise missiles over the weekend.
The United States is committed to dialogue and diplomacy with North Korea, said the White House, despite a recent report of the North restarting its nuclear facilities. “We are, of course, aware of this report and closely coordinating with our...
U.S. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said that Washington’s policy toward Pyongyang is not aimed at “hostility,” stressing that the Joe Biden administration is prepared to engage in diplomacy with North Korea.
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.
In attending a meeting next week at the White House, Samsung Electronics is carefully balancing interests as the United States pushes for more semiconductor production and China remains the largest buyer of chips from the Korean company.