North Korea


The Cost of Protection vs. The Cost of Regret

by PETER HUESSY November 17, 2017

It is the summer of 2024. The North Korean nuclear threat remains, with Pyongyang reportedly having an arsenal of nuclear weapons estimated at from a dozen to fifty warheads. In addition, the North Korean regime has multiple hundreds of missiles and rockets of all ranges...

Sticking it to Trumpian critics of North Korea

by FRED FLEITZ November 17, 2017

President Trump’s speech to the South Korean parliament on the evil of the Kim Jong-un regime was the best so far of his presidency and has been widely described as “Reaganesque.”

Missile Defense: Becoming A Full-Fledged Partner In Strategic Deterrence

by PETER HUESSY November 8, 2017

When in 1983 President Reagan first proposed missile defense it was not to be a substitute for strategic nuclear deterrence but an additional capability to enhance and strengthen deterrence.

President Trump to Kim Jong-un: "Every Step You Take Down This Dark Path Increases The Peril You Face"

by PATRICK GOODENOUGH November 8, 2017

“North Korea is not the paradise your grandfather [Kim Il-sung] envisioned. It is a hell that no person deserves,” Trump said.

EMP Hall of Shame: Brian Barrett

by DR. PETER VINCENT PRY November 7, 2017

Why has Washington not acted on the EMP Commission’s recommendations to protect our nation?

Back To Mad

by PETER HUESSY November 7, 2017

The CBO has done another less than useful job of scaring Congress with a ghost story about future nuclear modernization costs.

How Iran, North Korea still form the Axis of Evil

by DR. JACK CARAVELLI November 2, 2017

Will the US be forced to rely on allies to understand the nuclear emergence of Iran and North Korea 2.0?

Trump Must Appoint EMP Commission If Congress Doesn't Act

by AMBASSADOR HENRY F. COOPER October 31, 2017

Soon we will know whether congress will assure a future competent EMP Commission — and I am not hopeful.

China's Military Reforms Advance Power Projection

by WILLIAM R. HAWKINS October 26, 2017

Rear Admiral Michael Devitt (Ret.) of the Center for Naval Analysis gave a sobering overview of Chinese fleet expansion during a period when U.S. Navy shipbuilding was not even keeping up with goals set during the placid post-Cold War era.

Puerto Rico Grid an Opportunity for EMP Protection?

by DR. PETER VINCENT PRY October 23, 2017

The tragedy unfolding in Puerto Rico, televised on the nightly news for all Americans to see, is an object lesson in what can happen if the electric grid and other life-sustaining critical infrastructures are suddenly destroyed by a natural or nuclear electromagnetic pulse (EMP).

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