North Korea is barred from participating in next year’s Winter Olympics in Beijing, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced Wednesday, after skipping the Tokyo Games this summer over fears of Covid-19.
The Joe Biden administration, while saying it is open to dialogue, is drawing its line in terms of its approach to North Korea in regard to making any concessions or compromising on the Seoul-Washington military drills.
Opening a McDonald’s in the Kaesong Industrial Complex could send a “strong signal” to Pyongyang that the U.S. won't invade North Korea, Song Young-gil, head of the Democratic Party (DP) told an international security forum Tuesday.
South and North Korea restored all hotlines Pyongyang pulled the plug on 13 months ago. Park Soo-hyun, senior Blue House secretary for public communication, announced Tuesday that Seoul and Pyongyang decided to restore all severed inter-Korean...
Kim Yo-jong, the sister of North Korea's leader, warned Sunday that annual summertime military exercises by Seoul and Washington could undermine inter-Korean relations, putting South Korea in a bind over the drills once again.
Contrary to the Blue House’s denial of plans to postpone Korea-U.S. joint military exercises this month, a Unification Ministry official recently called for a delay in the exercises for the sake of inter-Korean and U.S.-North Korea dialogue. “It...
Despite the restoring of inter-Korean communication lines Tuesday and speculation of a possible summit, Pyongyang has not sent any signs of its intention to denuclearize so far.
After the two Koreas restored key communication lines Tuesday, Seoul signaled its willingness to resume stalled joint projects such as connecting roads and railways.
Inter-Korean communication lines have been restored 13 months after North Korea cut them after criticizing South Korea’s dispatching of propaganda leaflets across the border. The timing is delicate. The U.S. administration has...
South and North Korea restored all hotlines Pyongyang pulled the plug on 13 months ago. Park Soo-hyun, Blue House secretary for public communication, announced Tuesday that Seoul and Pyongyang decided to restore all severed communication lines.