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Cyber-Nukes

by DR. PETER VINCENT PRY July 19, 2017

Nuclear EMP attack is variously described by Russian, Chinese, and others as "Electronic Warfare," "Information Warfare," or "Cyber Warfare" — but not nuclear warfare.

What’s New, Pussycat?

by AMBASSADOR HENRY F. COOPER July 14, 2017

“Certainly, we do not want for things to get to a military conflict . . .” but if North Korean leaders “elevate the threat of their weapons program to a level that we believe requires action, that option [a military response] is on the table.”

Flight of the Hwasong-14

by JUSTIN O. SMITH July 13, 2017

North Korea was already blatantly defiant and violently aggressive without nukes and a missile delivery system. Just imagine how far Kim Jong Un will go, once he has a fully operational nuclear arsenal at his fingertips.

Remind China We Have Escalation Dominance

by WILLIAM R. HAWKINS July 11, 2017

The "divergence" has been obvious for decades. China wants to maintain North Korea as a buffer state and will do nothing that could topple the Kim dynasty and give South Korea the chance to unite the peninsula

North Korea nuke threat skyrockets

by DR. PETER BROOKES July 11, 2017

While even limited U.S. military actions against North Korea could risk another Korean War, we — along with our allies — should engage in regional demonstrations of force (for example, large-scale exercises) to remind Pyongyang what it’s up against.

Pyongyang Emboldened by a 'Shock and Nah' Policy

by LT. COLONEL JAMES G. ZUMWALT, USMC (RET) July 10, 2017

In the aftermath of President Donald Trump’s meeting with his South Korean counterpart, Moon Jae-in, the White House announced military options against North Korea are being explored.

Trump must up the ante against China on North Korea

by FRED FLEITZ July 10, 2017

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s regime may have test launched as many as 84 missiles since he assumed office in December 2011, far exceeding the 31 missiles launched by his father and grandfather’s governments.

Is N. Korea Responsible for U.S. Destroyer Crash?

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

Upon first learning about the collision of the destroyer USS Fitzgerald with the Philippine-flagged cargo ship ACX Crystal on June 17, I thought something just did not seem right...Depending on who was at the container ship’s controls, it was either a terrorist act or an act of war.

Kim's Celebration on our Fourth!

by AMBASSADOR HENRY F. COOPER July 6, 2017

Conventional wisdom has held that it will be years before North Korea can threaten the United States with a nuclear attack. That judgment is quite wrong...

Korean Nuclear Misperceptions

by PETER HUESSY July 6, 2017

China has been a top proliferator of nuclear weapons technology to rogue regimes, including Pakistan, Iran, Libya and North Korea.

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