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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.
Christopher Hill, former U.S. ambassador to South Korea, says North Korea wants the U.S. out of the picture so that it can unify the Korean peninsula.
David Wright of the Union of Concerned Scientists says North Korea could halt weapons development if it perceives foreign hostilities against it have ceased.
Josef Jelinek of Frontier Strategy says China is both wary of North Korea's missile tests and reluctant to pressure the North into halting its program.
North Korea's missile has passed the intermediate range to count as intercontinental range, says the Union of Concerned Scientists' David Wright.
The U.S. confirmed North Korea's latest missile launch was an ICBM, as the North had boasted, with Tillerson calling it a "new escalation."
North Korea launched a missile Tuesday, with the Japan saying it might have landed in Japan's EEZ.
Qatar faces possible further sanctions by Arab states that have severed ties with Doha over allegations of links to terrorism.
A deadline for Doha to accept a series of political demands by four Arab states was expected to expire later in the day with no sign of a resolution.
It's the biggest such attack in the Syrian capital since a series of suicide attacks in March.
Calls come as frustration builds in the White House over North Korea's nuclear program and overcapacity in the steel market.
Trump meets with South Korea's Moon, says the era of strategic patience with North Korea "is over."
China has built new military facilities on islands in the South China Sea, a U.S. think tank reported on Thursday, a move that could raise tensions with Washington, which has accused Beijing of militarizing the vital waterway.
Qatar's central bank said it will guarantee all exchange transactions, with banks and forex companies committed to trading the riyal as usual.
US sanctions on a Chinese bank aiding Pyongyang are "extremely long overdue" and bigger banks should maybe be next, says an ex-CIA official.
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