South Korean President Moon Jae-in wants to keep the door open with North Korea, but not too wide just yet, says Rodger Baker of Stratfor.
At 83 years old, two U.S. Army and Navy veterans are watching the Olympics in the country where they served sixty-five years ago.
The Pentagon may boost Marine forces in East Asia, but a critic of the plan says it plays on the fear card with North Korea and China.
There appears to be a shortage of big vehicles used for carrying and helping to launch ICBMs by North Korea.
North Korea's military parade hints at a "key vulnerability" in something critical to its ICBM force, say defense experts.
North and South Korea sat side by side under exploding fireworks that represented peace, not destruction, as the 2018 Winter Olympics opened.
Experts believe that relations between North and South Korea will return to "business as usual" once the games have ended.
When Pyeongchang first pitched itself to host the Olympic games, few people inside of South Korea could even locate it on a map.
Beijing is testing an anti-ballistic missile system that could shield China from an attack, the SCMP reports.
Rob O'Neill echoed others who say the U.S. has no need to show off military might in a parade like one North Korea might have.
UNITED NATIONS, Feb 8- A United Nations Security Council committee granted approval on Thursday for a North Korean delegation, specifically U.N.-sanctioned senior official Choe Hwi, to travel to South Korea for the opening of the Winter Olympics, diplomats said. While South Korea asked for broad approval to host the high-level delegation from Pyongyang-...
UNITED NATIONS, Feb 8- A United Nations Security Council committee granted approval on Thursday for a North Korean delegation, specifically U.N.-sanctioned senior official Choe Hwi, to travel to South Korea for the opening of the Winter Olympics, diplomats said.
Over 150,000 South Koreans have applied for only 1,060 tickets for the rare opportunity to see the Samjiyon orchestra play.
Tickets to see North Korea's orchestra play on Sunday at the Winter Olympic Games have become the hottest in town.
North Korea's missile tests added to tensions in a region plagued by disputes over the South China Sea and the China-India border.
The vice president called North Korea the planet's most tyrannical regime on Wednesday.
North Korea's military parade a day before the Olympics kick off may be an attempt to upstage the games and stir fear, observers say.
The vice president's itinerary underlines Washington's stance that North Korea is trying to use the Games for crude propaganda.
North Korea may be only months away from being able to strike the U.S. with a nuclear-tipped ballistic missile and its atomic weapons program must be shut down.
*N.Korean hackers could be behind $530 mln digital coin theft in Japan- S.Korea source. SEOUL, Feb 6- South Korea's intelligence agency told lawmakers North Korean hackers could have been behind the $530 million theft of virtual coins from a Japanese cryptocurrency exchange last month, people familiar with the matter told Reuters on Tuesday.