Nov 10, 2017 · P resident Donald Trump used his visits this week to China and South Korea to continue his aggressive stance toward North Korea and its leader Kim …
Author: Alasdair Wilkins
Because of their unique properties, these expensive, stealthy platforms would form the backbone of any anti-nuclear operations. Given enough time, the United States could assemble upward of 10 B-2 bombers for a deep-strike mission into North Korea.
North Korea will be able to hit the US with nuclear weapons in a ‘handful of months’, CIA director warns Mike Pompeo, the director of the CIA, said Kim Jong-Un was high on his agenda
Aug 22, 2017 · North Korea is speeding toward a goal it has sought for decades: the ability to hit a major American city with a nuclear weapon. Actually striking the United States would be suicide.
The U.S. is prepared to launch a preemptive strike with conventional weapons against North Korea should officials become convinced that North Korea is about to follow through with a nuclear
Furthermore, North Korea presently has no way of reaching any part of the US with a missile of any sort, but Pyongyang is «likely at the point now where it could mount a nuclear warhead on a
The Pentagon tried to defuse the situation by saying there’s been no talk of a first strike—but that the US will retaliate if North Korea attacks its allies in South Korea or Japan.
Watch video · North Korea has warned that the world is on the brink of “thermo-nuclear war” as fears rise that Pyongyang is planning a test of military hardware that could provoke a …
A US Navy Carrier Strike Group is now heading toward waters near North Korea shores as the regime continues ballistic missile tests while threatening a nuclear strike against the US.
Jul 05, 2017 · United States and South Korean forces could be put on alert and bracing for retaliation before any attempt to knock out North Korea’s nuclear program.
Jul 23, 2018 · North Korea could launch a full-blown nuclear strike on the US as early as July 23, according to a prediction from Britain’s Ministry of Defense.
In February 2012, North Korea announced that it would suspend uranium enrichment at the Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center and not conduct any further tests of nuclear weapons while productive negotiations involving the United States continue. This agreement included a moratorium on long-range missile tests.
Last nuclear test: September 3, 2017