The U.S. State Department on Monday called for North Korea to abide by Security Council resolutions and re-enter denuclearization talks following media reports of ship-to-ship transfers in the East China Sea involving North Korean vessels.
North Korea demanded that sanctions be lifted as a condition for negotiations to discuss a formal declaration to end the Korean War, a parliamentary audit found on Thursday.
Pyongyang said Thursday there's no need for Washington to "worry or trouble itself” over its submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) launch earlier this week.
North Korea continues to advance their nuclear and ballistic missile programs despite sanctions by the United Nations, a panel of experts of the UN Security Council said in a recent report. “Despite the country’s focus on its worsening economic...
The U.S. Treasury on Tuesday issued an updated advisory highlighting the risks associated with ransomware payments, while naming North Korea as one of the main culprits behind such attacks.
The United Nations Security Council is discussing easing international sanctions on North Korea in consideration of the economic difficulties caused by Covid-19, according to Russian media reports.
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.
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.
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman evaded answering whether Washington will provide any incentives to get Pyongyang to return to the negotiation table during her visit to Seoul last week.