Japan's foreign minister called on China to increase cooperation on curbing North Korea's nuclear weapons programme Sunday during a meeting with his Chinese counterpart in Beijing.
India to be part of 'Vancouver Group' of countries, discuss nuclear threat emerging from North Korea in January
India will be a part of an international meeting hosted by the US and Canada next month to discuss North Korea's nuclear threat and ways to improve the effectiveness of the current pressure campaign against the reclusive nation.
North Korea crisis: Gerald Ford's deft handling of 1976 axe murders incident can be a lesson for Donald Trump
Before US president Donald Trump takes any decision to military engage with North Korea, he needs to take a look at the 1976 axe murders incident for some cues on handling Pyongyang.
The head of the US military's Strategic Command is "assuming" North Korea's nuclear test earlier this month was of a hydrogen bomb
Sensex plunges nearly 300 pts to slip below 31,600, as mounting geo-political tension triggers correction
The Sensex slumped 293.68 points or 0.9 percent to touch a low of 31,598.55
In a bid to improve strained ties, South Korea allows civilian group to get in touch with North over aid programs
South Korea has approved a civic group to contact North Korea over aid programs, the first such approval since North Korea's nuclear test in January 2016.
Washington and Tokyo are seeking "the strongest possible" measure to be taken against North Korea after its latest and most powerful nuclear test, a top US envoy said on Sunday.
The Security Council met at the request of Japan, South Korea and the United States to agree on a response, despite resistance from Pyongyang's sole ally China to calls for tougher measures.
Lastly, the North Korean nuclear belligerence is also a reflection of the lack of effectiveness of the global non-proliferation regime.
Top leader of North Korea Kim Jong Un said that the only way to defend the nation's sovereignty is to further strengthen nuclear forces in quality
Bipartisan lawmakers in Japan will convene on Tuesday and are widely expected to adopt a resolution protesting the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (DPRK) launch of a long range rocket on Sunday.
The isolated and poverty-stricken state, which regularly threatens to destroy the United States and South Korea in a sea of flames, defends its nuclear programme as a "treasured sword" to counter what it sees as U.S.-led hostility.
Pyongyang's Foreign Ministry on Tuesday called the annual U.S. report proof of a hostile policy by Washington that's aimed at toppling North Korea's leadership.
South Korea and its allies have been expecting some sort of North Korean missile launch during weeks of heightened hostility on the Korean peninsula.
"The sanctions contained in this draft resolution will significantly impede North Korea's ability to develop further its illicit nuclear and ballistic missile programmes," US Ambassador to the UN Susan Rice said.
The country's first female president, also called on South Koreans to help revive the nation's export-dependent economy whose trade is threatened by neighbouring Japan's weak yen policy.
Benjamin Netanyahu told a gathering of international Jewish leaders on Monday that the Western sanctions against Tehran "have to be coupled with a robust, credible, military threat.
Seoul said on Friday it will stop sea operations to collect samples but will continue monitoring at land stations.