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  • Carter says US may shoot down North Korean missile test

    Defense Secretary Ash Carter says North Korea's nuclear weapons capabilities constitute a 'serious threat' to the U.S.

  • North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reacts during a test launch of ground-to-ground medium long-range ballistic rocket Hwasong-10 in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on June 23, 2016.

    North Korea declared on Sunday it can test-launch an intercontinental ballistic missile at any time from any location.

  • North Korean leader Kim Jong Un inspects a sub-unit under KPA Unit 1344 in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang November 9, 2016.

    Christopher Hill at the University of Denver weighs in on Trump's stance on U.S.-China relations and the THAAD deployment in South Korea.

  • North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reacts during a test launch of ground-to-ground medium long-range ballistic rocket Hwasong-10 in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on June 23, 2016.

    Trump gave no indication of how he might roll back North Korea's weapons programs after he takes office on Jan. 20.

  • Trump hits back at China, North Korea in tweets

    Antonio Martinez, Frontier Strategy Group head of global economics research, discusses how Donald Trump's tweets on global events may possibly impact trade and global markets.

  • Hope Trump will use bureaucracy, not Twitter for foreign policy: Klingner

    Discussing President-elect Trump's "Twitter diplomacy" and the global risks this year from the likes of North Korea, with Bruce Klingner, Heritage Foundation senior research fellow and former CIA director in Korea.

  • Trump hits back at North Korea

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un warned the launching of an intercontinental ballistic missile is at the final stage.

  • North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

    U.S. President-elect Donald Trump tweeted on Monday that he would not tolerate fresh signs of North Korean nuclear aggression.

  • This picture released on December 26, 2016 from North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (C) delivering a speech at the First Conference of Chairpersons of the Primary Committees of the Workers' Party of Korea (WPK) at Pyongyang Indoor Stadium in Pyongyang.

    Some experts warn Kim Jong Un may soon have a nuclear warhead capable of reaching the West Coast of the U.S., NBC News reports.

  • *N.Korea seafood exported to U.S., Japan via China. YANJI, China, Dec 21- The brightly coloured packages advertising "Walleye Pollock" at the West Market in Yanji, a Chinese city near the border with North Korea, say the fish came from China. But 15 vendors interviewed at the market say the fish came in from North Korea to be processed, packaged and mostly sold in China.

  • *N.Korea seafood exported to U.S., Japan via China. YANJI, China, Dec 21- The brightly coloured packages advertising "Walleye Pollock" at the West Market in Yanji, a Chinese city near the border with North Korea, say the fish came from China. But 15 vendors interviewed at the market say the fish came in from North Korea to be processed, packaged and mostly sold in China.

  • *N.Korea seafood exported to U.S., Japan via China. YANJI, China, Dec 21- The brightly colored packages advertising "Walleye Pollock" at the West Market in Yanji, a Chinese city near the border with North Korea, say the fish came from China. But 15 vendors interviewed at the market say the fish came in from North Korea to be processed, packaged and mostly sold in China.

  • *N.Korea seafood exported to U.S., Japan via China. YANJI, China, Dec 21- The brightly colored packages advertising "Walleye Pollock" at the West Market in Yanji, a Chinese city near the border with North Korea, say the fish came from China. But 15 vendors interviewed at the market say the fish came in from North Korea to be processed, packaged and mostly sold in China.

  • President Barack Obama works on his address to the nation with Ben Rhodes, Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communication, aboard Air Force One before landing in Afghanistan, May 1, 2012.

    The president didn't want to appear to be interfering in the election, NBC News reports.

  • LAUNCESTON, Australia, Dec 5- The already elevated price of coking coal could be boosted further if China decides to crack down on coal imports from its nuclear-armed neighbor North Korea. So far, the official line from Beijing is that China will meet its obligations under the U.N. Security Council sanctions, but as was the case earlier this year, it appears the...

  • BEIJING, Dec 5- There are many pressure points China can push to express its anger at Donald Trump's call with Taiwan President Tsai Ing- wen last week, including luring away more of Taiwan's diplomatic allies and ramping up military deployments in the Taiwan Strait. China's irritation with the call, the first by a U.S. president-elect or president since...

  • BEIJING, Dec 5- There are many pressure points China can push to express its anger at Donald Trump's call with Taiwan President Tsai Ing- wen last week, including luring away more of Taiwan's diplomatic allies and ramping up military deployments in the Taiwan Strait. China's irritation with the call, the first by a U.S. president-elect or president since...

  • BEIJING, Dec 5- There are many pressure points China can push to express its anger at Donald Trump's call with Taiwan President Tsai Ing- wen last week, including luring away more of Taiwan's diplomatic allies and ramping up military deployments in the Taiwan Strait. China's irritation with the call, the first by a U.S. president-elect or president since...

  • BEIJING, Dec 5- There are many pressure points China can push to express its anger at Donald Trump's call with Taiwan President Tsai Ing- wen last week, including luring away more of Taiwan's diplomatic allies and ramping up military deployments in the Taiwan Strait. China's irritation with the call, the first by a U.S. president-elect or president since...

  • LAUNCESTON, Australia, Dec 5- The already elevated price of coking coal could be boosted further if China decides to crack down on coal imports from its nuclear-armed neighbour North Korea. So far, the official line from Beijing is that China will meet its obligations under the U.N. Security Council sanctions, but as was the case earlier this year, it appears the...