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In this vlog, AMU's Dr. Matthew Crosston discusses the state of nuclear weaponry in North Korea and how its leader's instability threatens the globe.
North Korea's recent missile launches and nuclear tests have again prompted discussion in Tokyo on Japan's policy against becoming a nuclear state.
A ground invasion of North Korea is the only way to locate and destroy, with complete certainty, all components of leader Kim Jong Un's nuclear weapons program, according to a Pentagon official.
The Islamic State group has been driven from more than 96 percent of the large parts of Iraq and Syria it once held, crushing its goal of establishing a "caliphate" that challenges existing borders.
Defector: A U.S. military strike on North Korea would trigger automatic retaliation on South Korea – including artillery and short-range missile fire.
The Islamic State group has declared that the New York City bike path terrorist attacker was a "soldier of the caliphate."
South Korea and China announced Tuesday that they will work to improve their relationship, which has been badly strained by the deployment of an American missile defense system.
Egyptian security forces suffered significant losses last week when they attempted to raid an alleged hideout belonging to the Islamic State.
North Korea: Jim Mattis conveyed the message he hopes will win the day: Diplomacy is the answer to ending the nuclear crisis with the North, not war.