US-North Korea Dangerous Rhetoric

By Asif Haroon Raja The US-North Korea antagonism has its roots in the 1952-3 Korean War which had divided the country. While North Korea is backed by Russia and China, South Korea is protected by the US and it has a large military presence in the country. In order to ward off impending danger posed by USA and its allies, North Korea despite being an impoverished country, developed nuclear bombs and missile ...

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Is North Korea a threat to USA?

By Yasmeen Ali North Korea can never be a threat to USA. It does not share a border with the latter. Not by a long shot is it a possibility that Pyongyang will send its arm forces or launch missiles to conquer USA. Neither does North Korea possess long range bombers. North Korea also does not possess an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) to deliver nuclear warheads upon USA. Washington’s threatening ...

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US Secretary of State Blackmails China over North Korea

By John Chan "Information Clearing House" -"WSWS" - In meetings with Chinese leaders last weekend, US Secretary of State John Kerry engaged in a barely disguised form of blackmail to pressure Beijing to use “all options” to force its ally North Korea to dismantle its nuclear programs and destroy its nuclear weapons. Impoverished North Korea is completely dependent on China for vital imports, including oil a ...

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Pentagon Report : North Korea has Capacity to Make Nuclear Warhead for Ballistic Missile

By Ernesto Londoño April 12, 2013 "Information Clearing House" -"Washington Post" - North Korea probably has a nuclear warhead small enough to fit on a ballistic missile, according to a new assessment by the Pentagon’s intelligence arm that comes amid growing alarm over Pyongyang’s warmongering. The conclusion by the Defense Intelligence Agency said the weapon would have “low reliability,” but the disclosur ...

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North Korean Crisis: Who is behined?

By Dennis J. Bernstein In early March, the U.S. and South Korea launched an expanded set of war games on the Korean Peninsula, prompting concerns in some circles that the military exercises might touch off an escalation of tensions with North Korea. Christine Hong, a professor at the University of California at Santa Cruz, worried that the U.S. “was lurching towards war” since “the military exercises that t ...

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Japan: Liberal Democratic Party Won Landslide Victory

 By Zaheerul Hassan Japan's Liberal Democratic Party  returnd to power after winning  a landslide victory in national polls on 16 December 2012. Japnese gave almost monopoly  to LDP in Japan's post-war political order until its defeat three years ago. With the LDP's victory, Shinzo Abe, a nationalist and China hawk, is set to become Japan's next prime minister. Together with its parliamentary ally, New Kome ...

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