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  • North Korea and the Futility of Sanctions

    Sanctions rarely succeed in changing the target regime's behavior, and in the case of North Korea we can say with some confidence that they are doomed to fail.

    The American Conservative
  • Norway PM: Don't be naive with North Korea

    Norway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg, taking time out from cheering on her athletes to talk to CNN's Paula Hancocks.

    CNN
  • WA's north braces for destructive cyclone

    Winds of up to 150km/h could wreak havoc on communities in Western Australia's Kimberley and Pilbara regions when tropical cyclone Kelvin crosses the...

    Mail Online
  • North America Production, January 2018

    North America production by country, vehicle type, and manufacturer; by manufacturer, model line, and country; by manufacturer and platform; by manufacturer and plant; and by manufacturer and segment group for January 2018. read more

    wardsauto.com
  • Severe cyclone warning for WA's north

    People in Western Australia's north are continuing to prepare for more dangerous weather, with a severe tropical cyclone likely to form over the weekend.A...

    Mail Online
  • No 'bloody nose' plan for North Korea

    WASHINGTON, Feb 15 (Reuters) - The senior U.S. diplomat for Asia, Susan Thornton, said on Thursday she understood that the Trump administration had no...

    Mail Online
  • How Republicans have reshaped education in North Carolina

    In 2011, Republicans said they wanted to change the status quo when they took control of North Carolina’s state legislature for the first time in more than 100 years. Seven … Click to Continue

    charlotteobserver
  • North Korea cheerleader: 'We were on the frontline'

    Former North Korean cheerleader Han Seo-hee shares what it was like being in the "army of beauties".

    www.bbc.co.uk
  • Is This North Korea's Fatal Missile Flaw?

    Peter J. Brown Security, Look to the mobile launchers.  North Korea’s decision to stage a massive display of military might the day prior to the opening of the 2018 Winter Olympics was shocking but unsurprising. On the day, goose-stepping troops and other hardware did not distract observers from what has become the highlight of every North Korean military procession: missiles of all ranges – short, medium, intermediate and intercontinental. Mounted aboard mobile launchers, they roll through...

    nationalinterest.org
  • North Korea's Most Powerful Weapon: It Has Its Very Own 'CIA'

    Dave Majumdar Security, Be afraid.  The UFD also has a covert counterpart that trains infiltrators and attempts to sow dissent and chaos in the South. “The 225th Bureau is responsible for training agents to infiltrate South Korea and establishing underground political parties focused on fomenting unrest and revolution,” the Pentagon report states. North Korean intelligence apparatus is one of Pyongyang’s strong suites. Indeed, Pyongyang’s security services have demonstrated their ability to...

    nationalinterest.org
  • Everyone in north London is living the dream!

    Sign up now! Sign up now! Sign up now? Sign up now! Of course, Tottenham Hotspur have long been a force on the continent. They were the first British club to win a European trophy, lifting the Cup Winners’ Cup way back in 1963. And they won Euro Vase in 1972 and 1984. But making waves in Big Cup is another matter entirely. On Tuesday night, Spurs demanded to be taken seriously on the biggest stage of all by coming back from two goals down to secure an advantageous draw at Juventus. It was a...

    the Guardian
  • What North Koreans are seeing for the first time

    CNN's Will Ripley looks at all the things that North Koreans are seeing for the first time at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

    KSBW
  • What North Koreans are seeing for the first time

    CNN's Will Ripley looks at all the things that North Koreans are seeing for the first time at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

    WCVB
  • What North Koreans are seeing for the first time

    CNN's Will Ripley looks at all the things that North Koreans are seeing for the first time at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

    CNN
  • North Korea Fanboying Is Why We Can't Trust The Left

    The media's weird praise for North Korea over the weekend is a timely reminder of why we just can't trust the Left with power.

    The Federalist
  • WA's north warned for another cyclone

    Residents in northern Western Australia are facing another bout of wild weather with the season's fifth tropical cyclone set to form off the coast this...

    Mail Online
  • Can North Africa unite over couscous?

    Could a plate of couscous warm up relations between wary North African nations? A drive to win coveted UNESCO status for the dish could at least get them...

    Mail Online
  • This is What Happens to the North Korean Cheerleaders that Mess Up

    Feuling the smiles and cheers is a very dark threat to their lives. The post This is What Happens to the North Korean Cheerleaders that Mess Up appeared first on RedState.

    RedState
  • Who is North Korea's Kim Yo Jong?

    Kim Yo Jong, the sister of the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, has stolen quite a few headlines from the first weekend of the PyeongChang Olympics.

    POLITICO
  • Questions over north Qld death in custody

    An indigenous Townsville man who died in custody was spear-tackled and manhandled by police who knew he had a heart condition, according to his family's...

    Mail Online
  • The woman behind the man in North Korea

    For the first time in years, a member of North Korea's ruling family has visited South Korea. Kim Jong Un's sister, Kim Yo Jong, has visited and reactions were mixed. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports on the visit.

    CNN
  • The reasons North Korean athletes won't defect

    Twenty-two North Korean athletes were sent to the Games to compete.

    ABC News
  • How North Korea is guarding against Olympic defections

    Almost 500 North Koreans are in South Korea for the Winter Olympics -- in a land they have been brought up to see as enemy territory; one clearly more prosperous and more free than their own. It's also a place to which more than 31,000 of their comrades have defected over the past six decades -- a fact not lost on North Korea, which isn't taking any chances with its delegation this time. The group of athletes, officials, performers, reporters and cheerleaders -- including the younger sister of...

    WPLG
  • How close is PyeongChang to the North Korean border?

    How close are the Olympics to the North Korean border?

    SI.com