North Korea (formally, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea or DPRK), has active and increasingly sophisticated nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs, and is believed to possess chemical and biological weapons capabilities.
First nuclear weapon test: October 9, 2006
Jan 29, 2019 · But, despite that apparent openness, “We currently assess that North Korea will seek to retain its WMD capabilities, and is unlikely to completely give up its nuclear weapons and production
North Korea is unlikely to fully give up its nuclear weapons, a US intelligence report says, despite the hopes of the Trump administration. The Worldwide Threat Assessment report also says Iran is
5 days ago · The head of US intelligence has said that North Korea is “unlikely to give up” its nuclear weapons because its leadership sees them as “critical to regime survival” – in comments which
The nuclear progress further raises the stakes for Trump, who has vowed that North Korea will never be allowed to threaten the United States with nuclear weapons.
6 days ago · North Korea is unlikely to give up its nuclear weapons capabilities despite recent moves indicating it was open to such actions, the Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats told a …
5 days ago · Coats said North Korea has halted its provocative behavior related to weapons of mass destruction, has not conducted any nuclear missile tests in …
5 days ago · In exchange for North Korea dismantling its nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles, Moscow offered the country a nuclear power plant. The …
Jan 24, 2019 · Commentary and archival information about North Korea’s nuclear program from The New York Times. that Kim Jong-un will dismantle his nuclear weapons. By CHOE SANG-HUN a Nuclear Threat
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5 days ago · The Trump administration is currently in the midst of months-long negotiations with North Korea in pursuit of a deal that would see the country give up its nuclear weapons and dismantle its
5 days ago · Russia offering North Korea a reactor if it completely renounces its nuclear weapons and delivery vehicle capability strikes me as the policy equivalent of offering to put out food for the
North Korea is continuing to develop its nuclear weapons programme, according to a report by the UN atomic watchdog, raising questions over the country’s commitment to denuclearisation.
Oct 28, 2017 · But North Korea is testing America’s nuclear umbrella — its commitment to defend its allies with nuclear weapons if necessary — in a way no nation has in decades.