North Korea


Aegis BMD: Correct the Record and Go Navy!

by AMBASSADOR HENRY F. COOPER September 19, 2017

North Korea claims to have “a multi-functional thermonuclear nuke … which can be detonated even at high altitudes for super-powerful EMP [electromagnetic pulse] attack according to strategic goals.” What will we do?

North Korea Nuclear EMP Attack: An Existential Threat

by DR. WILLIAM R. GRAHAM September 18, 2017

Following North Korea’s apparent test of an H-Bomb that they describe as capable of a “super-powerful EMP attack” on September 2, many journalists ignorant of EMP have interviewed “instant experts” also ignorant of EMP, in a case of the blind leading the blind.

North Korea: We Cannot Afford to Have Another President Lateral the Issue

by LT. COLONEL JAMES G. ZUMWALT, USMC (RET) September 13, 2017

In what one Japanese official last month described as an “unprecedented grave threat,” Pyongyang fired—for the first time in eight years—a missile that sailed over the island of Hokkaido.

Our Rhineland Moment

by DR. PETER VINCENT PRY September 13, 2017

Is the naivete and willful blindness that helped begin World War II on September 1, 1939, being repeated in the response of the U.S. and its allies to North Korea’s nuclear missile program, that apparently tested a thermonuclear H-Bomb warhead on September 2, 2017?

N. Korea: U.S. Security Lost for Want of a Backbone

by LT. COLONEL JAMES G. ZUMWALT, USMC (RET) September 6, 2017

Lt. Col. James Zumwalt ties Iran, Hezbollah into Pyongyang equation

Mattis Must Consider SDI-Era Tech in Face of North Korea, Iran


We need improved ballistic missile defense (BMD) systems to counter North Korea’s nuclear-armed ballistic missile threat to America and our overseas troops, friends, and allies. Iran’s threat is not much, if any, behind North Korea’s.

North Korea Goes Ballistic, Washington Dithers on Missile Defense

by ANDREW E. HARROD September 4, 2017

Any nuclear conflict with North Korea would be an “unimaginable” apocalypse in the recent words of Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Joseph Dunford.

Regime Change in North Korea: Reagan's Cold War Lessons

by PETER HUESSY August 29, 2017

Can we learn lessons from winning the Cold War that are relevant to the crises of today, particularly the nuclear dangers in North Korea? Yes, we can and here is why.

The Sino-Russian Eurasian Axis

by WILLIAM R. HAWKINS August 29, 2017

Last week, two Russian Tu-95MS "Bear" bombers, accompanied by Su-35S fighter jets and an A-50 early warning and control aircraft flew near Japan and South Korea as a "show of force" to protest the opening of joint U.S.-South Korea military exercises.

North Korea is No Rogue Nation

by DR. MICHAEL LEDEEN August 23, 2017

Yes, it’s serious. Damn serious. Not just because a hostile country ruled by an unstable dictator either has, or is on the verge of having, ICBMs and nuclear warheads. But also because ...

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