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The news that North Korea mastered miniaturizing nuclear devices was not unexpected, but it does mean a significant step for Pyongyang.
President Trump's tough talk will not help relations with China - something the U.S. should consider in its North Korea dealings, says Alex Capri of the National University of Singapore.
Trump may have just painted himself into a corner after pledging to attack North Korea in the face of new threats.
The Trump administration appears to be granting Chinese banks dealing with North Korea a temporary reprieve from threatened U.S. sanctions.
There are a variety of reasons why traders in China aren't showing any concern about the stand-off between the U.S. and North Korea, experts explained
The Congresswoman for Guam on Wednesday said she was confident U.S. forces could protect it from the "deeply troubling" North Korean nuclear threat.
President Donald Trump warned North Korea about future threats, but John Delury of Yonsei University GSIS says those are practically standard procedure.
North Korea's comments about a possible strike on Guam is keeping the local community on the edge of their seats, says Nick Delgado, news director at KUAM News.
Robert Kelly from Pusan National University says it's a closer target than mainland U.S. and it houses many American personnel.
Mixed messages from the administration on North Korea are contributing to unease by Asian allies and adding to risk on the Korean Peninsula.
Washington lacks options to peacefully rein in an aggressive Pyongyang — a stalemate that heightens the chance of military action.
Rodger Baker from Stratfor says North Korea has to prove the missile can be ruggedized and survive re-entry and that it can effectively target the warhead.
The U.S. has doubted North Korea's capabilities to potentially strike the U.S. for too long, says Harry Kazianis from the Center for the National Interest.
North Korea is considering a plan to fire missiles at Guam, state media said Tuesday according to multiple reports.
North Korea has made a "miniaturized nuclear warhead that can fit inside its missiles," The Washington Post reported.
The Pentagon said an Iranian drone flew about 100 feet from a U.S. fighter jet in the Persian Gulf in a dangerous incident.
Experts say dictator Nicolas Maduro is falling out of grace with the military after an attack at base.
Countries who previously did business with North Korea may be less inclined to make repeat purchases amid greater pressure to comply with U.N. sanctions.
China will pay the biggest price from the new sanctions against North Korea, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said.
Roman Schweizer, Cowen & Co., discusses where to invest in the defense market as the North Korea threat looms following UN-imposed sanctions.
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