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Shea Cotton at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies says secondary sanctions are about all the U.S. really has in dealing with North Korea.
The U.S. is prepared to discuss with Russia joint efforts to stabilize war-torn Syria, Secretary of State Tillerson said on Wednesday.
Col. Jack Jacobs, Medal of Honor Recipient and MSNBC Military Analyst, and William Cohen, former defense secretary, discuss our defense if the United States is attacked by North Korea.
Howard Rubel, Aerospace/Defense Analyst, Jefferies LLC, discusses North Korea's missile launch and what it means for the US and the world.
Fred Kempe, president of the Atlantic Council, discusses President Trump attending the G-20 summit in Poland and North Korea's relationship with China after the country's nuclear threat.
The best response to the North Korean ICBM test is the following this specific "to do list," says Jake Novak.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports that the Pentagon announced U.S. missiles are capable against the North Korean missiles after the country conducted a missile test and which companies are ready for defense. The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders discuss their defense trades.
Several companies stand to gain from increased North Korean aggression, including weapons manufacturers Raytheon and Orbital ATK.
Trump has expressed frustration with Beijing's efforts to curb North Korean aggression.
Saudi Arabia has been described as the “foremost” financier of Islamist extremism in the U.K. by a thinktank in a damning report.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports the latest on North Korea's test of an intercontinental ballistic missile that it says could reach the U.S.
James Woolsey, former CIA director, discusses the growing missile threat from North Korea and what the progress means for national security.
North Korea’s claims that it successfully launched its first intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) Tuesday are the latest instance of political posturing to emerge from President Kim Jong-Un’s totalitarian regime, but they also bring the likelihood of an attack on the U.S. squarely into focus.
Nicolas Blarel from Leiden University says Israel has shown itself to be a strong and stable defense supplier to India, even in times of duress.
China's hesitation to apply harsh sanctions against North Korea was underpinned by its fear of a U.S.-friendly Korean peninsula, experts said.
Grinning broadly, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un delighted in the global furor created by his nation's first launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile, vowing Wednesday to never abandon nuclear weapons and to keep sending Washington more "gift packages" of missile and atomic tests.
North Korea has no intent to denuclearize. Bruce Bennett, senior defense analyst at RAND, weighs in on what could potentially be done.
RAND's Bruce Bennett explains why he thinks U.S. President Donald Trump should ask the hermit state to give up some of its weapons to the IAEA.
Jonathan Wood, director of global risk analysis at Control Risks, speaks about how superpowers China and the U.S. can deal with the escalating nuclear threat from North Korea.
Former U.S. ambassador says North Korea's latest missile launch suggests an attempt to separate the U.S. from the Korean peninsula.
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