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US Targets Russia and China with North Korea Pretext

The North Korean state is routinely mocked in the West for engaging in hyperbole and bombast. Ironically, the Western reaction to its latest satellite launch is a carnival of knee-jerk hysteria and hyperbole. But all the bluster has conveniently given Washington an opportunity to proceed with its global missile shield plans. That is far more destabilizing to international security than any alleged North Korean violation...

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 12.02.2016


 

North Korea Launches Rocket to Defy International Community

North Korea has launched a long-range rocket over Japan claiming it was a satellite and the country is «legitimately exercising the right to use space for independent and peaceful purpose»...

Alex GORKA | 07.02.2016


 

North Korea’s Thermonuclear Test: Challenge to World or Path to Self-Preservation?

The year 2016 began on a worrisome note on the Korean peninsula. There has been yet another nuclear test by Pyongyang, which will have fairly long-term consequences, will trigger yet another censorious Security Council resolution with an expanded package of sanctions, and will also prompt stepped-up military activity in the region by the US, Japan, and South Korea. This will inevitably lead to a new cycle of burgeoning tension on and around the Korean peninsula...

Alexander VORONTSOV | 31.01.2016


 

US: Show of Military Muscle against North Korea

Just days after the North Korea’s nuclear (allegedly hydrogen) bomb test, the US and South Korea conducted a show of force by flying a US B-52 bomber over Osan Air Base, South Korea, some 70 kilometers (45 miles) south of the inter-Korean border. The test angered all of the world powers, including Russia and China. The UN Security Council was unanimous as it agreed to roll out new measures to punish the country that challenged the United Nations...

Andrei AKULOV | 10.01.2016


 

North Korea’s Bomb Test Hysteria Reveals World Nuclear Powers’ Hypocrisy Once Again

Here media hysteria goes again. This is BBC.  It is very difficult to know what has happened. The media and many governments around the world immediately condemn this test. The EU says it is against UN Security Council resolutions – a council consisting exclusively of much stronger, nuclear powers.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 08.01.2016


 

North Korea Nuclear Test Makes West, Russia and China Join Together to Counter Global Security Challenge

On Dec.6 the United Nations Security Council condemned the North Korean hydrogen device test conducted a day before and said it would immediately start work on new «measures» against the country. The Council was unanimous calling the trial «a clear threat to international peace and security»...

Peter KORZUN | 08.01.2016


 

Diplomats Do Nothing, Guns Speak Up

The most recent dramatic escalation of military and political tensions on the Korean peninsula in August 2015 can be viewed from various perspectives, but what stands out is the fact that despite Seoul’s continual declarations of their desire to build trust between the North and the South, not only economic cooperation, but even meaningful dialog has ground to an almost complete halt...

Alexander VORONTSOV | 30.08.2015


 

Nuclear Tensions on Korean Peninsula and US Doublethink

In an exclusive interview with the Interfax news agency on July 29, the North Korean ambassador to Moscow, Kim Hyun Joon, stated that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea was prepared to shore up its nuclear potential in response to US actions, the purpose of which, the ambassador emphasized, «is to overthrow the existing regime and bring about a change in the current leadership of the DPRK»...

Alexander VORONTSOV | 05.08.2015


 

Can North Korea’s Nuclear Problem Be Solved?

Is there a hope for restarting the stalled six-party talks on North Korea’s nuclear program? This question is more frequently asked by experts at international conferences, including the Northeast Asia Peace and Security Mechanism event held this May in northwestern city of Yanji, the seat of the Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture in eastern Jilin province, People's Republic of China...

Alexander VORONTSOV | 08.07.2015


 

Korean Peninsula: Choice between Peace and Escalation

Normally tensions run high in the Korean Peninsula when US starts annual joint military exercises with South Korea. Then the time comes for attempts to find diplomatic solutions. This is the usual pattern. It was different this year...

Alexander VORONTSOV | 07.07.2015




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