Nuclear Weapons

  • Planning for Korean Reunification

    by - Aug 17, 2017
    By Lee Jong-Wha SEOUL – The long-simmering North Korean nuclear crisis has reached a near boiling point. Last month, the Hermit Kingdom launched two intercontinental ballistic missiles capable of hitting major US cities. The United Nations Security...
  • The Wrong Way to Prevent Nuclear War

    by - Aug 16, 2017
    By Carl Bildt STOCKHOLM – A vast majority of countries want to eliminate the existential threat of nuclear catastrophe, and rightly so. But achieving a world free of nuclear weapons is easier said than done, and there...
  • A Dangerous Game of Chicken

    by - Aug 15, 2017
    By Yoon Young-kwan SEOUL – So far, the war between US President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un over the latter’s nuclear program has been fought only in words. But each turn of the...
  • Despite ‘Fire and Fury’ Milestones Toward A Nuclear-Weapons-Free World

    by - Aug 14, 2017
    By J Nastranis NEW YORK (IDN) – Considering the “fire and fury” characterizing the heated exchanges between the U.S. and North Korea, July 7 appears to be light years ago. That was the day when 122...
  • Can South Korea Save the Day?

    by - Aug 14, 2017
    By Katharine H.S. Moon CAMBRIDGE – As North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump’s war of words escalates, Independence Day celebrations – commemorating the Korean Peninsula’s 1945 liberation from Japanese colonial rule – are...
  • China to remain ‘neutral’ if North Korea attacks first

    by - Aug 11, 2017
    A Chinese state-run newspaper has suggested Beijing would “stay neutral” if North Korea strikes first in a conflict with the United States, despite a mutual defence pact between the Asian allies. The nationalistic Global Times tabloid...
  • North Korea will develop Guam strike plan by mid-August

    by - Aug 10, 2017
    North Korea will develop a plan by mid-August to launch four intermediate range missiles at the US territory of Guam before presenting it to leader Kim Jong-un who will make a decision on whether to proceed,...
  • U.S. Nuclear System Runs on Old Computers, Floppy Disks

    by - Aug 10, 2017
    With concern over North Korea’s nuclear capabilities growing, President Donald Trump tweeted on Wednesday, “My first order as President was to renovate and modernize our nuclear arsenal. It is now far stronger and more powerful than...

Old Bridge in Mostar

Cathedral at Chernihiv Ukraine

Trinity Cathedral (17th century) in the city of Chernihiv Ukraine