China wants Japan to move beyond tighter UN economic sanctions and press for talks with North Korea over its weapons program. » Read More
South Korea's approval of an $8 million aid package for the North is likely to muddle international efforts to isolate the rogue nation. » Read More
By: Leslie Shaffer
Ri Yong Ho says his country may detonate a nuclear weapon in the Pacific, according to a report from South Korean news agency Yonhap. » Read More
Japan PM Abe has worked well behind the scenes to build the case for stronger UN economic sanctions on North Korea, says Stephen Nagy, senior associate professor, International Christian University. » Read More
Japan has gotten used to long-lasting peace, but peace doesn't always last, says Nobuyuki Hirano, group CEO of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group.
“Fast Money” trader Brian Kelly discusses the bounce back in bitcoin after China announced it would stop bitcoin exchanges.
The U.S. Navy on Monday removed an admiral and a captain, citing "a loss of confidence in their ability to command."
Some of the biggest companies in the world are finding they need to play by an entirely new set of rules on the once-anarchic internet.
Japanese billionaire Taizo Son, founder and CEO of Mistletoe, says Southeast Asian start-ups can leapfrog their peers in developed markets.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un feels pressure on regime stability that the U.S. should exploit with messages into the country, says Bruce Bennett, senior defense analyst, RAND.
The Bank of Japan's purchases of stocks via ETFs have distorted the market, says Paul Gambles, co-founder, MBMG Group.
Consistent GDP growth in Japan shows Abenomics is lifting the economy, says Nobuyuki Hirano, group CEO of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group.
If the U.S. attempts and fails to intercept a missile fired by North Korea, the fallout could damage credibility on deterrence, says Sung-Yoon Lee, Kim Koo-Korea Foundation professor of Korean Studies, the Fletcher School, Tufts University.
North Korea's belligerence could boost Honeywell's defense business, Executive Chairman David Cote said.
"We need to worry about this," Nobuyuki Hirano, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group CEO, said of North Korea.
The best strategy now for the U.S. to deal with North Korea is effective deterrence, says Daniel Davis, senior fellow and military expert, Defense Priorities.
Getting China to put more pressure on North Korea is key for resolving tensions on the Korean Peninsula, says Richard Jerram, chief economist, Bank of Singapore.
China's ambassador to the U.S. on Friday called on the U.S. to refrain from making threats over North Korea.
North Korea's goal is reaching "equilibrium" of military force with the United States, its state agency said on Saturday.
South Korea suffered a failure of one of its missiles Friday, raising questions of whether it's prepared for a conflict with North Korea.
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.
Stop North Korea from getting hard assets into the country, says John Yoo, Berkeley University Law School professor, discussing U.S. options against North Korea, including using high-tech tools to pressure the regime.
NBC's Hans Nicholas reports North Korea launched a missile from Pyongyang that passed over Japanese air space and landed 2,000 kilometers east of Cape Erimo in Hokkaido.