Listen to the mainstream media and President Trump’s national security adviser, H.R. McMaster, and you would conclude that war on the Korean Peninsula is imminent, right?
Could we be headed for another surprise attack – this time a nuclear one, from North Korea?
An electromagnetic pulse is a side effect of an atmospheric nuclear detonation that could potentially damage or destroy all electrical devices and the electric grid within the line of sight of the blast.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury slapped new sanctions on North Korea Tuesday after President Trump declared the rogue nation would be added as a state sponsor of terrorism.
There are three other countries currently designated a state sponsor of terror by the Department of State.
President Trump announced Monday that the United States is designating North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism, something he said “should have happened a long time ago.”
The possibility of a preventive U.S. war with North Korea may be more real than foreign and defense policy experts recognize.
The cause of nearly every challenge the country faces can be traced to Kim Jong Un’s oppressive practices that sequester his people from the rest of the world—geographically and ideologically.
With his tough talk and hardline stances on Iran and North Korea, President Donald Trump could damage America’s credibility abroad – and even provoke a nuclear-arms race in East Asia, Hillary Clinton says.
When then candidate Donald Trump declared his America First foreign policy doctrine, there were those in the national security community that were, well, disturbed.