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CNBC Contributor Nick Burns and retired Lt. Col. Daniel Davis, senior fellow and military expert for Defense Priorities, discusses North Korea's economy after the U.S. imposed sanctions that have cut off 90% of trade for the country. They weigh in on the UK raising the terror threat level to critical.
President Donald Trump speaks to military families at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on Friday afternoon.
The threat from North Korea is about more than missiles and nuclear weapons, says Korea Economic Institute's Troy Stangarone.
NBC News' Hans Nichols reports on Pentagon reactions of the North Korea missile that passed over Japan.
Meredith Sumpter, Eurasia Group Asia director; Sung-Yoon Lee, Tufts University Korean studies professor; and Anthony Ruggiero, former Treasury Department deputy director, discuss the impact of sanctions on North Korea after the country launched another missile over Japan.
CNBC's Chery Kang reports on the latest developments of a North Korean missile flying over Japan.
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South Korea's rapid response to Pyongyang's latest missile launch is worrying analysts.
The range of North Korea's latest missile test shows Guam within reach, says Chad O'Carroll, managing director, Korea Risk Group.
UN sanctions on North Korea are unlikely to bring a halt to missile and nuclear tests, but the U.S. will push that path for now, including a complete oil embargo, says Harry Kazianis, director of Defense Studies, Center for the National Interest.
China plays a pivotal role in resolving problems on the Korean Peninsula, according to a top advisor at Barclays.
Sheila Patel of International Goldman Sachs Asset Management said it's not possible to apply a general formula when controlling for risks.
The U.S. cannot accept ballistic missiles fired over the territory of an ally, or nuclear weapons aimed at its soil, says Christopher Hill, Dean of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver.
South Korea is actively responding to the weapon tests by the North with its own military buildup, says Scott Seaman, director, Asia, Eurasia Group.
Richard Fisher, senior advisor at Barclays, says the tensions on the Korean Peninsula are complicated to diffuse, but China will be key to achieving a resolution.
Seoul's rapid response to its northern neighbor's latest missile launch is worrying some about the arms race on the Korean Peninsula.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called on "all nations to take new measures" against North Korea.
The UN Security Council will meet at 3 p.m. ET on Friday on the latest North Korea missile test, diplomats said, at the request of US and Japan.
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