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South Korean President Moon said on Thursday Trump has promised to seek Seoul's approval before pursuing any option against North Korea.
The world's two biggest emerging economies are at direct odds on their shared border.
A defense spending bill may get "kicked down the road" again as Congress grapples with other pressing issues, analysts say.
Indian and Chinese soldiers were involved in an altercation in the western Himalayas on Tuesday, Indian sources said.
The photo was taken during the Q&A session, according to NBC News' Kristin Donnelly, who tweeted the image.
Kim Jong Un is 'not off the wall, he's not irrational, he is dangerous,' says Evans Revere, Albright Stonebridge Group, talking about escalating tensions between the United States and North Korea. They have nuclear weapons but are not so foolish as to use or prepare to use them, says Revere.
Jonathan Berkshire Miller of the Council on Foreign Relations weighs in on posturing from both North Korea and the U.S. ahead of U.S.-South Korea military exercises.
South Korean President President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday promised to prevent military action on the Korean peninsula "by all means."
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Monday ordered the armed forces of the country to have military exercises in defense of the homeland.
The top U.S. military officer vowed Monday in Seoul that the alliance is ready to defend against the threat from North Korea.
China has stepped up with moves to calm the North Korean nuclear tensions, and that's a big win for President Trump, says Jake Novak.
Raytheon on Monday said Robert O. Work, the former deputy secretary of Defense, was elected to its board of directors.
Credit Suisse says today's North Korea troubles are an opportunity for buyers.
The U.S. and NATO alliance are getting mixed signals from Turkey at a time when Russia is increasingly warming to Ankara.
Saudi Arabia’s planned execution of 14 Shiite protesters suggests the government’s handling of sectarian tensions and unrest remains unchanged.
North Korea is unlikely to aim missiles in the vicinity of Guam, says Christopher Hill, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver.
North Korea hasn't really recovered from the recession it suffered in 2015, when GDP declined by around 1 percent, says Tony Nash of Complete Intelligence.
North Korea's nuclear aggression buys the country billions in aid money, according to Tufts University professor Sung-Yoon Lee.
Peter Brookes of The Heritage Foundation says diplomacy can be strengthened in instances when there's credible threat of military force.
Kim Jong Un is unlikely to be put off by strong rhetoric from the Trump administration, warns Sung-Yoon Lee, professor at The Fletcher School, Tufts University.
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