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North Korea's latest missile firing was a wake-up call for the U.S. military on several fronts.
China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi called for North Korea to halt missile tests in exchange for a stop in U.S.-South Korea military drills. Sophia Yan reports.
China said North Korea must stop nuclear and missile tests and that the U.S. and South Korea must also stop joint military drills.
Thomas Byrne, president of The Korea Society, says China's retaliation to the THAAD anti-missile system is bringing South Korea consternation.
Threats from abroad and congressional hearings scheduled Wednesday could highlight the need to update the weapons technology.
China has said it will take unspecified measures against a U.S. missile system being deployed in S. Korea.
The U.S. has begun shipping an anti-missile system to South Korea after North Korea's latest missile test launch, NBC News reports.
President Trump had made it clear that he thinks China should step up to influence North Korea's behavior, says Nicholas Consonery of FTI Consulting.
Kevin Rudd, Asia Society Policy Institute president & former Australia Prime Minister, and Gordon Chan, Forbes columnist, discuss North Korea's recent missile launch and geopolitical risks surrounding it.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on how North Korea racks up money to pay for nuclear weapons, while managing to dodge sanctions. Anthony Ruggiero, Foundation for Defense of Democracies, weighs in on risks surrounding North Korea following this report and a recent missile launch.
Chin Hao Huang, assistant professor at Yale-NUS College, weighs in on how North Korea's latest missile launch could strain its ties with China.
Robert Kelly, associate professor at Pusan National University, weighs in on the options available in responding to North Korea's missile launch.
Independent economist Andy Xie explains why he's not concerned about the market impact of North Korea's latest provocations.
North Korea fired four ballistic missiles early on Monday, three of which landed in Japan's exclusive economic zone.
China's defense budget will rise about 7 percent this year, the spokeswoman for China's parliament said on Saturday, its slowest pace since 2010.
South Korean firms are being squeezed in China, in suspected retaliation for Seoul's deployment of a U.S. missile defence system.
Dali Yang, professor at The University of Chicago, says Chinese lawmakers are likely to focus on policy and leadership stability at the National People's Congress.
A senior Chinese politician defended Beijing's right to build facilities on artificial islands in the South China Sea, the SCMP reports.
Several Chinese companies say they will no longer do business with South Korea's Lotte Group, the SCMP reports.
President Trump spoke about rebuilding the military. What does this mean for the defense space? The Trading Nation panel discusses.
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