South Korea on Thursday asked a visiting senior U.S. envoy to try to revive stalled nuclear diplomacy with North Korea, which has refused to resume talks because of what it calls hostile U.S. policies.
North Korea on Saturday reiterated it has no immediate plans to resume nuclear negotiations with the United States unless Washington discards what it describes as “hostile” polices toward Pyongyang.
Count on the North Koreans to make a statement with a bang. Literally. Blowing up a liaison office that was supposed to serve as a symbol of good relations.
North Korea blew up an empty office building that had allowed the two Koreas to talk in person in the North Korean border town of Kaesong.
A 50-ft. long object near a secretive North Korean Navy base appears to be a small submarine, or even an extra-large uncrewed underwater vehicle.
South Korea’s president called on North Korea to stop raising animosities and return to talks, saying Monday the rivals must not reverse the peace deals that he and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reached during 2018 summits.
A U.N. investigation into a recent exchange of gunfire between the two Koreas has determined that both countries violated the armistice that ended the 1950-53 Korean War, the American-led U.N. Command said Tuesday.
North Korea threatened Friday to retaliate against South Korea for “reckless” military drills near their disputed sea boundary, but the South denied any training in the immediate area, the scene of several bloody naval skirmishes in recent years.
South Korea said Monday it protested to North Korea over the exchange of gunfire inside their heavily fortified border that it says the North started.
Kim Jong Un’s prolonged disappearance from public view threatens South Korea President Moon Jae-in’s hopes for forming viable ties with North Korea.