President Donald Trump said on Thursday that time will probably 'prove' him right on his assessment on Iran just a day after he called U.S. intelligence chiefs "extremely passive and naive" on Iran and..
According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, President Donald Trump accused US intelligence chiefs of being 'extremely passive and naive' on Iran and dismissed their assessments of the threat posed..
North Korean nuclear envoy Kim Yong Chol began talks with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at the DuPont Circle Hotel in Washington on Friday and could also meet President Donald Trump at the White House..
U.S. President Donald Trump unveiled a revamped missile defense strategy on Thursday that singles out North Korea as an ongoing "extraordinary threat," seven months after he declared that the nuclear..
The question remains whether Donald Trump and Kim Jung-un are actually working to remove a nuclear threat or advancing a fantasy for their political benefit. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that the United States is prepared to use the full range of military force to stop a North Korean attack, but said he was focused on using "all available.. SBS - Published
With the nuclear threat at its most acute in decades, the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, which on Friday won the Nobel Peace Prize, is urgently pressing to consign the bomb to.. SBS - Published
The Trump administration has threatened a "massive military response" to North Korea's nuclear test on the weekend, while China "launched stern representations" at the North Korean embassy in Beijing. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
North Korea and the United States accused each other on Tuesday of posing a military threat to the other, with Pyongyang's envoy declaring it would never put its nuclear arsenal up for negotiation. Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age •Brisbane Times
North Korea's nuclear weapons program will never be up for negotiation as long as the U.S. government's "hostile policy and nuclear threat continue," Pyongyang's deputy U.N. ambassador told United.. SBS - Published