North Korea & Korean Peninsula

North Korea , officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK; Chosŏn'gŭl: ), is a country in East Asia, occupying the northern half of the Korean Peninsula. The Korean Peninsula is a peninsula in East Asia. It extends southwards for about 684 miles (1,100 km) from continental Asia into the Pacific Ocean and is surrounded by the Sea of Japan to the east, and the Yellow Sea to the west, the Korea Strait connecting the first two bodies of water. 5.0/5

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North Korea fired a ballistic missile early Sunday into the sea between the Korean Peninsula and Japan
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Tensions continue to run high on the Korean Peninsula due to North Korea's bellicose posture…
The US destroyed much of the northern part of the Korean Peninsula yet North Korea rebuilt while facing a severe econom…
North Korea issues warning as US strike group heads to Korean Peninsula.
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US deploys troops in Korean Peninsula alleged North Korea failed missel launch, tension high as US vice president on departs to the s.korea
Vice President Pence is heading to South Korea now, as North Korea attempts a missile launch. . US warships remain off the…
BREAKING: North Korea's vice foreign minister tells the AP the situation on the Korean Peninsula is now in a "vicious cycle."
US sends warships into waters near Korean Peninsula in show of force against North Korea's "reckless" nuclear threat
So a nut job in the U.S. is sending a carrier group to the Korean Peninsula to show strength over a nut job in North Korea,…
A CONFRONTATIONAL approach to North Korea can finishSTABILITY in Korean peninsula. It's necessary to…
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Donald Trump sends B-52 and B-1 Nuke BOMBERS to Korean peninsula In response to North Korea
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Need to put real pressure on to cut off North Korea, and work toward unifying the Korean peninsula.
Gauge of development -. South Korea and North Korea-> . (sharing the night satellite image of Korean Peninsula)
How supporting farmers in North Korea contributes to building peace on the Korean peninsula.
North Korea has no interest in peaceful unification. All they care about is imposing communist tyranny on the rest of the Korean Peninsula just like Kim's grandpa was told to do by Joe Stalin.
North Korea missile tests fail, as Xi promises to avoid war.
North Korea's ruling party says country will push for peaceful reunification of Korean Peninsula unless Seoul 'opt…
Towards a dead end? The worrisome escalation on the North Korea
Maybe the master plan is to make Korean Peninsula next Syria if not next Ukraine. North Korea has a choice where it becomes next Myanmar.
North Korea fired five short-range projectiles into the sea east of the Korean peninsula. Read the full report:
First golf course opens in North Korea: The Pyongyang golf course, built in the shape of the Korean peninsula,...
Photo: South and North Korea agreed on Monday to defuse tension in the Korean Peninsula, after three days...
North Korea and South Korea have reached an agreement to de-escalate tensions on the Korean Peninsula, South Korea's natio…
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Not to brag, but North Korea is the second-most prosperous country on the Korean Peninsula. Take that, everybody else.
TOPIK (Towards Peace in Korea) is the Anglican Initiative for Peace and Reconciliation on the Korean Peninsula. Our Mission: to engage in dialogue with, and provide humanitarian assistance to, North Koreans. TOPIK North America seeks solutions by working with the DPRK on areas of mutual concern according to three guiding principles: - Sincerity: successful dialogue requires trust, and trust is built on sincerity. - Respect: North Koreans deserve respect for their sovereignty and culture. - Cooperation: Focusing on common values makes cooperation possible. TOPIK North America does not seek to subvert the DPRK.
Brian Todd reports on new tensions on the Korean Peninsula and rumors about who is in charge in North Korea. Full story...
Interesting article on North Korea and the 1988 Seoul Olympics -
Hi Ofer, thought you might be interested in my story about how Hamas' Gaza tunnels compare to North Korea's:
North Korea has accused the United States for escalating military tensions in the Korean Peninsula. North Korea’s response? They have threatened to strike the Pentagon and the White House with a nuclear weapon! The threat came from Hwang Pyong-So, he is the director of the military’s General Politic…
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South Korean officials say North Korea has launched two short-range ballistic missiles near the Korean Peninsula, in an apparent act of anger toward an upcoming Seoul-Washington naval drill
North Korea fired two short-range missiles early Saturday towards waters east of the Korean Peninsula, the latest such launch in the tense region.
North Korea fired two short-range missiles off the coast of the Korean Peninsula early Wednesday, a South Korean...
Top Asian News at 11:30 p.m. GMT Hong Kong (AP) — In a rare scene of disorder, Hong Kong authorities cleared out hundreds of protesters who blocked part of the city's financial district early Wednesday, a high-profile reflection of rising anxiety over Beijing's tightening grip on the little enclave of incomplete democracy at the southeastern edge of Communist China. Police arrested 511 people who staged an unauthorized overnight sit-in on an avenue running through the heart of the city after a rally the day before in which tens of thousands of demonstrators marched in the streets to push for the right to elect their leader free of limits Beijing wants to impose. SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Xi Jinping's first visit to the Korean Peninsula as China's president is to Seoul, not Pyongyang, meaning that North Korea's best friend has snubbed it for its most bitter rival. A flurry of recent rocket and missile tests, the latest on Wednesday, has made the North's displeasure crystal clear. Xi's choice to meet Th ...
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- GOOD! It would have been like asking North Korea how to resolve the problems on the Korean peninsula.
Report on NCAFP US-Japan-ROK-China meeting on North Korea and the future of the Korean Peninsula
New post: "Beakdu Mountain is an active volcano on the border between North Korea and China. At 2,744 m (9,003 ft). I
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North Korea and to resume tours to Korean Peninsula's highest mountain
Antonov: Russia is in favour not only of denuclearizing North Korea but the whole Korean peninsula. (not this again)
Good Morning, Today Is May 31st, 2014 Time: 10:32 Hrs. PDT (Comment) Are We All On The Same Page? Indeed We Are. HEADLINE: "Kennedy Says U.S. Will Treat N. Korean Nuclear, Missile Issue As 'Top Priority'" Transcript: U.S. Ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy told the Mainichi in a May 30 interview that she was sure the U.S. would "continue to treat the North Korean nuclear and missile problem as a top diplomatic and Security Policy priority." Speaking to Yoshiaki Ito, executive editor of the Mainichi Shimbun at the U.S. ambassador's residence in Tokyo, Kennedy also said that the U.S. supported Japan's efforts to resolve the issue of North Korea's abductions of Japanese nationals, stating that the U.S. looked forward to continuing close work with Japan. While the ambassador expressed hope for progress on the abduction issue, it is believed she was urging Japan to continue to focus on the nuclear and missile issues, wary of the possibility of North Korea aiming to divide Japan and the U.S. Looking back on . ...
And we return to North Korea. US looking to China to help achieve de-nuclearisation of Korean Peninsula.
Remarks by H.E. Cho Tae-yul Vice Foreign Minister of the Republic of Korea at the Roundtable on ‘Trustpolitik and the Korean Peninsula’Jeju Forum 2014 1. Introduction • The year 2014 is a special year from the perspective of the world history, as it marks the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War and the 25th anniversary of German unification. Next year will mark the 70th year of the division of the Korean Peninsula, and yet distrust, conflict and tensions run high between the two Koreas. At this critical juncture, I believe it is a meaningful exercise to review the major changes in the security environment surrounding the Korean Peninsula today and the challenges these changes pose to Korea’s foreign policy. 2. Security Environment surrounding the Korean Peninsula (Major Changes and Challenges) • Henry Kissinger once said, “Each success only buys an admission ticket to a more difficult problem.” I don’t think there was a time in the past that these words sunk in as much ...
World War Three in Brief A Three World War scenario was developed several decades ago (see Conspiratorial History). Two World Wars have already been achieved, and the Third and final World War envisions an attack on Iraq, Iran and/or Syria as being the trigger to set the entire Middle East into fiery conflagration. Once America is firmly entrenched into the Middle East with the majority of her first-line units, North Korea is to attack South Korea. Then, with America's forces stretched well beyond the limit, China is to invade Taiwan. This will usher in the start of World War Three. World War Definition: What constitutes a 'World War'? How many countries need to be involved? And who decides at which point a number of regional skirmishes can be grouped together and called a World War? At the time, who called the official start of World War 1 and World War 2? And have you noticed that although the term 'World War Three' is freely used in the alternative press and on the Internet, all the major news net ...
In Feng Shui, it was hard for Ming army in mainland to take down Japan without the help of the power of axe shape Korean Peninsula. Although now most pure Korean armies are still in North Korea, but it won't have enough power to take down Japan.
South Korea is continuing an escalating rhetorical battle on the Korean Peninsula, with an official saying rival North Korea "must disappear soon." South Korean Defense Ministry spokesman Kim Min-seok also said Monday that North Korea isn't a real country and exists for the benefit of only...
Founding of Goguryeo (c. 37 BC)[edit] Proto–Three Kingdoms, c. 1 AD. According to the 12th century Samguk Sagi and the 13th century Samguk Yusa, a prince from the kingdom of Buyeo, named Jumong, fled after a power struggle with other princes of the Buyeo court[5] and founded the Goguryeo state in 37 BC in a region called Jolbon Buyeo, usually thought to be located in the middle Yalu and T'ung-chia river basin, overlapping the current China-North Korea border. Some scholars believe that Goguryeo may have been founded in the 2nd century BC.[6] In the geographic monographs of the Han Shu, the word Goguryeo or "高句麗" was first mentioned in 113 BC as a region under the jurisdiction of the Xuantu commandery.[7] In the Old Book of Tang (945 AD), it is recorded that Emperor Taizong of Tang refers to Goguryeo's history as being some 900 years old. In 75 BC, a group of Yemaek tribes (a proto-Goguryeo type people), which may have originated from Goguryeo, made an incursion into China's Xuantu commandery west ...
Korean Peninsula is set as like as being aimed from Japan, Red China, Russia. Isn't it seem so familiar? Few hundreds of the year ago in Kingdom Era, it was the same situation. Why brought this obvious chaos into the South Korea?  But though trying to turn to Read China and Russia to be apart away from the USA and where the freedom democracy is, as the Germany as example? Wanting to be build silk road as ambitious achievement? Re-open the rail track to Do Ra Mount under this circumstances? Is there any specific reason such as nothing will be happen? No insight at all but the put this nation in dangerous situation as the peninsula is as. Are the both sides of the Korea have been compromised as being as one by North Korea's DeNuke and dismantle the heavily armed militant that includes the North Korea militant around world and surrender to the South Korea? Wake up, wake up. Do not re-set the rail track  period until the North Korea is completely freed from all those Nuclear and the armed militant and surre ...
News Kim Jong-un: The Situation on the Korean Peninsula is 'Very Grave' - TIME
Finding happiness in Korea Whenever news from the North makes headlines, the world is hit by a certain nervousness. Especially for those with an interest in Korea, they contact friends and acquaintances via landline or the Internet each time North Korea news breaks, with worries about peace on the Korean Peninsula. Modern day South Koreans, however, are unexpectedly indifferent about these exchanges. Their somewhat uneager response is due not only to frequent reoccurrences. Also, time has taken away many of those with vivid memories of the Korean War (1950-1953). The younger generation has grown up amid material abundance and is busy living in the present. When asked about reunification, these young people may show no interest in the subject, or even worry about a possible negative aftermath. In an era when over 25,000 North Korean defectors live amid the urban hustle of South Korea, finding common ground between North and South can still be a difficult task. Especially for the defectors, adjusting to Kor ...
On July 27, 1950, Eighth Army commander Walton Walker gave a "stand or die" order to his troops in what would be a six week struggle against North Koreans known as the Battle of Pusan Perimeter during the Korean War. U.S and UN Coalition forces had been backed into a corner controlling just 10 percent of the Korean Peninsula. A loss of the Pusan Perimeter to North Korea could have meant the end for opposing forces. The success of the Eighth Army came from a combination of ground fighting,close air strikes and off shore naval support that allowed the U.S. forces to inflict more damage on the North Koreans than they could handle. Holding the Pusan Perimeter turned the tide in favor of the South Koreans and their allies. Had the defense at the Pusan Perimeter failed, a democratic and free South Korea may have never existed. The sacrifices of the Eighth Army for victory would be large totaling 4,280 killed in action, 12,377 wounded, 2,107 missing and 401 confirmed captured. It is in respect to Americans such ...
26 March: North Korea's latest provocation is test-launching two ballistic missiles into the sea off Korean peninsula's east coast.
North Korea has fired two medium-range Nodong ballistic missiles into the waters east of the Korean Peninsula, that the State Department called “a troubling and provocative escalation that the United States takes seriously.”
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President Park Geun-hye held summit talks with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper on March 11. The two leaders announced the conclusion of the Korea-Canada free trade agreement (FTA). They urged North Korea to give up its nuclear program in order to pursue sustainable peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula. .
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Russia + Korea = Friendship!!! Translation Error Results in Russian Gift of Tigers Russia has agreed to donate three Siberian tigers to Korea, the Environment Ministry announced Monday. Siberian tigers, also known as Manchurian or Korean tigers, once widely inhabited the Korean Peninsula but the species is now on the verge of extinction with only a small number living in the wild in the Russian Far East. Korea currently has 51 of the tigers living in captivity which came from the United States and North Korea. Of them, 24 are in the Seoul Zoo. Russia's tiger donation came about partly through an interpreter's mistake. While visiting Korea in June, a Russian delegation led by Vladimir Kirillov, the head of Russia's Federal Supervisory Natural Resources Management Service, went to the National Institute of Biological Resources with Vice Environment Minister Lee Byung-wook to see a display of mounted animals, including a Siberian tiger. During the tour, a Korean official said, "Korea is very interested in Si ...
The US Navy is reportedly deploying the huge Sea-based X-band radar to the Korean Peninsula what suggests that North Korea could be hit by a massive HAARP-ma...
Opinion: Continued American presence on the Korean Peninsula only eggs on North Korea - and China
Today we will have posts about the Hermit Kingdom, North Korea. ASSC will share a great video from CNN, touching on Dennis Rodman's recent visit and the cracks that may be developing in Kim Jung-Un's grip on power. On a more optimistic note, we'll look at how the Kaesong Industrial Complex, a joint venture of the North and South Korean governments, might be a positive way forward to better relations on the Korean Peninsula.
China Mobilizes 100,000 Troops In Preparation For Korean Peninsula Crisis WARS N RUMORS OF WARS: In what PLA sources are describing as an unusually high figure, China has mobilized 100,000 troops to take part in a border exercise as part of preparations for a Korean Peninsula crisis. “The drill is a normal military exercise to train soldiers to fight in winter and long-range conditions, according to national state broadcaster China Central Television (CCTV). However, a source from the People’s Liberation Army said that it is very rare to see 100,000 military personnel mobilized for a regular exercise. The 39th Army Group has only just completed its “Iron Flow 134″ exercise in the region late last year, the source added,” reports the Want China Times. The exercises have been launched in response to the execution of Jang Sung-taek, former vice chairman of North Korean National Defense Commission, which caused consternation in Beijing because Jang was seen as a trusted mediator between North Korea ...
Wednesday This Day in History: 1967 – The first Super Bowl is played in Los Angeles, California. The Green Bay Packers defeat the Kansas City Chiefs 35–10. Happy Birthday! 1972 - Indy Barends, Indonesian radio and television hostess. Celebrating: Korean Alphabet Day (North Korea) Daily Briefing (From the Asia News Network): The sale of 1 million tonnes of rice to China has been delayed while a US$3.9 billion loan waits for the green light from the Election Commission, which angers Thai farmers, The Nation reports. Chinese President Xi Jinping calls on for the Party's disciplinary mechanism to be reformed as China's anti-graft campaign expands and disciplinary watchdogs will improve cooperation with judicial and audit authorities to investigate corrupt officials, China Daily reports. The US is reinforcing its military strength on the Korean Peninsula in an apparent move to better cope with potential security threats from an unpredictable North Korea, The Korea Herald reports. Japense Minister Shinzo Ab ...
Proverbs 1: 2 - 7 Acquiring a disciplined and prudent life, doing what is right and just and fair. – Proverbs 1:3 I’ve been reading the biography of Harry S. Truman by American Experience narrator David McCullough. If 20th Century American History is your thing, I highly recommend this book. I’m on page 790 and about ¾ of the way through. It is very thorough. I’ve reached the point where Truman is facing the invasion of South Korea by Soviet supplied North Korea. One of the things that strike me in this biography is the prudence of President Truman. He almost always thought out as completely as possible any decision that was required of him. If you know your American history, you know that Truman made several momentous decisions. The use of an atomic weapon (twice) on Japan. The Marshall Plan for the rebuilding of Europe. The further development of nuclear weapons in the face of Soviet advances. The committing of U.S. troops on the Korean peninsula. President Truman was required to make awesome . ...
South Korea Warns That Kim Jong-Un’s Purging Of Uncle Points To A ‘Reign Of Terror’. South Korea and China raised concerns on Tuesday over the stability of the North Korean regime after Kim Jong-Un purged his uncle in public. South Korean President Park Geun-hye said that the public removal of Jang Song-thaek, Kim’s uncle and second-in-command, was part of a “reign of terror” in North Korea that could aggravate tensions on the Korean peninsula. China’s Foreign Ministry stressed on its hope that Pyongyang “can maintain national stability”, while a state-run media called for Kim to be invited on a diplomatic trip to China as soon as possible. This move is believed to benefit North Korea’s long-term stability and bilateral friendly ties.
There are words "history repeats itself." Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in the past, and began World War II. And the bad karma of dropping an atomic bomb has returned. Whenever the United States, Japan, and South Korea performed the military exercise in the sea near the Korean Peninsula, what kind of thought did the people of North Korea do? Probably, they are food shortages in order to heighten the military strength? Northern Dynasty vivid missiles fly in recent years, or, in China, the relation has been getting worse by the territorial problem. It worries about whether the third World War by use of nuclear weapons breaks out by involving in Russia, China, and the United States which possess a lot of nuclear weapons, if it fights back from Japan. And the politician of the present Liberal Democratic Party thinks that many people feel hard since it is trying to perform politics which carried out the conservative swing to Defense Force, nuclear weapons development, the protection of national secrecy law, etc. ...
MORE RUMORS OF WAR Rising Tension Seen in North Korea and at Sea Border Korea expands air defense zone in territory row with China US look for ways to resume six-party talks over Korean Peninsula’s nuclear problem China And Japan Are Not Going To Back Down From Each Other PM calls for summit with China’s Xi Jinping top legislature rejects Japanese resolution on ADIZ forces in CAR to rise to 1,600: Hollande engaged in industrial espionage against Russia - report militants pose threat to Europe: Hague
The world should annihilate the political & military leadership of North Korea & force the reunification of the Korean Peninsula.
News That Matters To You! Headlines U.S. World Business Markets Technology Sports Entertainment Health Science Politics US vet Merrill Newman, 85, home from North Korea By HAVEN DALEY Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- A tired but smiling 85-year-old U.S. veteran detained in North Korea for several weeks returned home Saturday to applause from supporters, yellow ribbons tied to pillars outside his home and the warm embrace of his family. Merrill Newman arrived at the San Francisco airport after turning down a ride aboard Vice President Joe Biden's Air Force Two in favor of a direct flight from Beijing. He emerged into the international terminal smiling, accompanied by his son and holding the hand of his wife amid applause from supporters. He spoke briefly to the assembled media, declining to answer any questions or discuss his ordeal. "I'm delighted to be home," he said. "It's been a great homecoming. I'm tired, but ready to be with my family." He also thanked the Swedish Embassy in Pyongyang, North . ...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — An 85-year-old U.S. veteran of the Korean War who was detained for several weeks in North Korea arrived home Saturday in California. Newman was detained in late October at the end of a 10-day trip to North Korea, a visit that came six decades after he oversaw a group of South Korean wartime guerrillas during the 1950-53 war. Last month, Newman read from an awkwardly worded alleged confession that apologized for, among other things, killing North Koreans during the war. Analysts questioned whether the statement was coerced, and former South Korean guerrillas who had worked with Newman and fought behind enemy lines during the war disputed some of the details. North Korea cited Newman's age and medical condition in allowing him to leave the country. Earlier Saturday, a smiling Newman told reporters in Beijing that he felt good and was glad to be on his way home. "And I appreciate the tolerance the (North Korean) government has given to me to be on my way," he said after arriving at the ...
. View gallery . . Seoul (AFP) - US Vice President Joe Biden said Friday there should be no doubt about US commitment to its strategic shift to Asia as he wound up a regional tour dominated by security concerns. Related Stories U.S. VP Biden says no tolerance for nuclear arms in N.Korea Reuters Biden says China, Japan must communicate to end dispute AFP VP Biden trying to show US still focused on Asia Associated Press Biden heads to Asia amid tensions over China air zone AFP Biden seeks to calm China air zone tensions AFP In talks with South Korean President Park Geun-Hye and later in a speech at Seoul's Yonsei University, Biden reiterated US opposition to a new Chinese air defence identification zone that has fuelled regional tensions -- especially between Beijing and Japan. At the same time, he underlined the regional -- and global -- unity in the face of the "clear and present danger" of North Korea's nuclear weapons programme. "Let there be no doubt, the United States is committed to do what it takes ...
North Korea, officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, is a country in East Asia, in the northern bulk of the Korean Peninsula. The capital and largest city is Pyongyang. The Amnok River and the Tumen River form the international border between North Korea and China. A small section of t...
Park Open to Meeting with Kim Jong-un President Park Geun-hye has said she is open to a meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un if that helps improve inter-Korean relations and bring peace to the peninsula. "We are ready to help No...rth Korea," Park told French daily Le Figaro on Saturday. "My position is that I can hold a meeting at any time if it is necessary for development in the South-North relations or peace on the Korean Peninsula." But she reiterated that there should be no talks for talks' sake, and that "what is most important is sincerity." A Cheong Wa Dae official, providing the customary gloss on presidential remarks, said this was a "message urging the North once again to change." President Park Geun-hyel attends a performance by French fans of K-pop and Korean TV dramas at Espace Pierre Cardin in Paris, France. /Newsis Park said the North's attempt to rebuild its broken economy while concurrently pushing nuclear and missile development is an "impossible illusion." The North Korean reg ...
SEOUL, South Korea -- In an surprise move that could help ease tensions on the Korean Peninsula, North Korea said Thursday that it would release six South Koreans it has been holding in detention, according to South Korean officials. The Red Cross of North Korea told its South Korean counterpart tha...
China urges easing of tension after N. Korea restarted nuclear reactor China called for greater international effort on Thursday to ease tension on the Korean Peninsula after South Korea's spy agency confirmed this week that North Korea has restarted its plutonium-producing reactor.
Seoul, October 10 (QNA) - South Korea, the United States and Japan began a two-day drill in waters off the Korean Peninsula, Seoul's defense ministry said Thursday, amid heightened tensions with North Korea, which angrily responded to the trilateral joint exercise involving an American aircraft carrier.
Hyangrin Church priest Cho Hyun-jung (center) speaks at the opening of the Peace Candlelight Prayer Vigil in front of Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany, with German priest Christophe Taileman, Oct. 7. 120 people from 15 countries participated in the event organized by the World Council of Churches. The priests are planning the 2013 Peace Train for the Reconciliation and Reunification of the Korean Peninsula, starting in Berlin, then going through Russian and China to the Korean peninsula. If they can’t go through North Korea, they will take a ship from Dandong in China to Incheon. (provided by the National Council of Churches in Korea)
Armed Forces DAY CONCERT WITH ELCB AT THWAITES EMPIRE THEATRE, BLACKBURN, Extract from the programme reads:- "We are recognising the contribution made to our country by those who serve and have served in Her Majesty's Armed Forces. It gives an opportunity to “Show Your Support” for the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community, from currently serving troops to service families and from veterans to cadets. The Armed Forces are represented this evening by our Guests of Honour. They are Navy, Army and Air cadets from Accrington and Blackburn contingents. We are also proud to have with us representatives of the Royal British Legion (Darwen Branch) for whom this time is particularly significant. From June 1950 some 100,000 British troops served on the Korean Peninsula, many of them National Servicemen, as part of a United Nations force after North Korean troops invaded South Korea. They fought with conviction for peace alongside servicemen from the USA, Canada, Australia, India and many other UN ...
China can play an important role in resolving the current crisis in Korean Peninsula. This Youtube video shows President Park Geun-Hye speaks fairly good Chinese because she loves Chinese Culture. I am impressed by her foreign policies with United States, China, Japan and North Korea since February 2013 inauguration.
The two leaders held a joint news conference following their talks and announced that the two sides will solidify their strategic cooperative partnership. In a joint statement on the future vision of bilateral relations, released after the talks, the two leaders made it clear they will not tolerate North Korea's nuclear program. They also specified in the document that the North's nuclear program poses a serious threat to peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula, in Northeast Asia and beyond. The two presidents also agreed that establishing a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula and maintaining peace in the region is a common interest of the two countries.
ASEAN senior officials kick off meetings in Brunei BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, June 28 Kyodo SouthEast Asian senior officials on Friday started a series of meetings here to discuss a slew of issues and security challenges facing the Association of SouthEast Asian Nations as it transforms into a community by 2015. Maritime and territorial disputes in the South China Sea and the fragile situation in the Korean Peninsula top the agenda during the series of meetings that will also be attended by ASEAN dialogue partners including the United States, Japan, China and South Korea. The discussions are expected to focus on the roadmap for an ASEAN community, ASEAN's future direction and ASEAN's external relations, according to ASEAN officials. In convening the SouthEast Asia Nuclear Weapons Free Zone Commission, ASEAN foreign ministers are also expected to adopt a revised plan of action to strengthen the implementation of the treaty on the SEANWFZ. ASEAN has been trying to get France, Russia, Britain and the United States ...
Reunification of the Koreas: Is South Korea Ready? Following the 1945 Allied victory of World War II that ended Japan’s colonial rule of Korea, the United States and the Soviet Union agreed to split the Korean Peninsula along the 38th parallel against major opposition from the Korean people. The resulting armistice agreement granted temporary rights of occupation to both nations over the disjointed territories under the assumption that assigning trusteeships would eventually help to establish a free and independent Korea.[1] However, failures to abide by prearranged procedures of the United Nations by the Soviet Union in the North resulted in the creation of a communist state, while the United States’ influence in the Nouth instilled a Western-like democracy. Two very different countries were formed, and their differences have only increased as the years wore on. As it stands, South Korea is now one of the wealthiest, most industrialized states in the world. It emerged from an initial period of econom ...
Individuals claiming to be from the collective hacker group, Anonymous, claim to have hacked into North Korea’s intra-net and stolen secret military documents, which they say will be released on June 25. In a press release posted on the website Pastebin, the hackers said: To the tyrants of the North Korean Government… a notice…. Previously we said we would penetrate the intranet and private networks of North Korea. And we were successful.” The message continued: “Your major missile documentation and residents, military documents show down is already in progress. Your attempt to cover this has been uncovered. We are partially sharing this information with the world” in a “memorandum of June 25.” The group is labeling the operation and the press release said the documents uncovered will be released at midnight Korea time on June 25. The date is significant in that it marks the anniversary of the start of the Korean War. began in March during the Korean Peninsula crisis when individuals claim ...
June 16, 2013: Top 10 Current 1. JD-U breaks ties with BJP in Bihar, to face trust vote on Wednesday. 2. AirAsia India names Ratan Tata as chief adviser. Malaysia-based AirAsia chief Tony Fernandes also said that the name of Chairman for AirAsia India board would also be disclosed soon. 3. The Congress Party today announced that Ajay Maken and C.P. Joshi have been made general secretaries of the working committee of the party. 4. Iran will be sending a first contingent of 4,000 Iranian Revolutionary Guards to Syria to support President Bashar al-Assad's forces against the largely Sunni rebellion in the civil war in the country.The war in war-torn Syria has cost almost 100,000 lives in just over two years. 5. North Korea today offered high-level talks with the United States to ease tensions on the Korean peninsula, but the White House said that any talks must involve Pyongyang taking action to show it is moving toward scrapping its nuclear weapons. 6. Riot police used teargas in Istanbul and Ankara on Sund ...
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BRIEFING: North Korean Envoy Visits China To Repair Ties A top North Korean negotiator has arrived at China’s Foreign Ministry for strategic talks following a rough patch in relations between the communist allies and Pyongyang’s surprise weekend call for dialogue with the US. North Korean First Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye Gwan was expected to discuss bilateral relations and the situation on the Korean Peninsula with Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Yesui on Wednesday. Beijing hopes the discussions will lead to a resumption of long-stalled six-nation nuclear disarmament talks. North Korea angered China, its most important ally, with a long-range rocket launch and nuclear test over recent months.—AP
North Korea proposed a senior-level meeting with the United States, Sunday, to deal with denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula and other key issues.
[tbs 정오뉴스] ▶S. Korea, Japan, U.S. To Discuss N. Korea During Trilateral Talks Top diplomats from South Korea, the U.S., and Japan are set to meet in Washington next week, to discuss North Korean related issues and future steps to ensure the safety of the Asian region. Cho Tae-yong, South Koreas special representative for Korean Peninsula peace and security affairs, will arrive in the U.S. capital next Tuesday, and is scheduled to hold a trilateral meeting with his American and Japanese counterparts - marking the first time in six months that the three nations have held high-level talks on North Korea. The three-way discussions are expected to range from the results of the recent meeting between U.S. President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping as well as the latest development in inter-Korean relations.■
Fwd:Please sign on to endorse ending the 60-year Korean War: (Fwd from Archie Mead) Dear friends- During the armistice talks to halt the Korean War in 1953, both sides agreed to convene, within 3 months, a peace summit for a peaceful resolution. Yet 60 years later, the negotiations to end the Korean War have not even begun. Today, the Korean Peninsula faces an alarming level of military tension, used as justification for military build-up in the broader Northeast Asia region. The recent crisis on the Korean peninsula revealed the fragile nature of the armistice. Now is the time to end the Korean War once and for all and turn the armistice into a permanent Peace Treaty. People's Action against War and for the Realization of Peace - an alliance of 40 plus people's movement organizations in South Korea - is calling on progressive people around the world to endorse the following People's Peace Declaration - to be published in major newspapers in South Korea ahead of the 60th anniversary of the signing of the ...
Beijing has long seen itself as the arbitrator between Pyongyang and Washington in addressing North Korean nuclear proliferation. China's priorities have been peace and stability, denuclearization, and nonproliferation, in that order. So China pushed to preserve the status quo on the Korean Peninsula. But this is changing - North Korea is now China's problem. This means that President Obama should take full advantage of his upcoming meeting with President Xi Jinping in California to offer help in finding a way to compel Pyongyang to alter its behavior. Of course, U.S. officials have tried in the past to demonstrate that the regional stability Beijing desires will only be achieved with denuclearization and that China as much - if not more - at stake in ridding North Korea of its nuclear weapons program. Unfortunately, U.S. urgings that North Korea is a common problem and that joint solutions are required have fallen on deaf ears. This all started to change, however, when Kim Jong Un assumed power in North ...
The secret trip to North Korea by an advisor of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has raised questions concerning Japan’s intentions in the Korean Peninsula.
I wonder if the military ingpdustrial complex will stage another gulf of Tonkin in the Korean Peninsula. Let's just be serious: Kim Jong Un is vermin but he's never going to launch an attack; he's just a spoiled kid kicking up a fuss over the sanctions. It's like that freak I went to school with threatening to kill his father over putting his NYC trip back from August 2011 to December that year. It's all just a spoiled kid making a show of his bellicose self pity. However, South Korea has a history of attacking itself and framing the North. During the Korean War, armed South Korean police shot up whole villages and framed the NK Army. If President Park is convinced that she will have the asking of the international community (the countries run by the six criminal mega banks such as JP Morgan etc) then who's to say a SK Ship won't be sunk by a torpedo, or a missile hit Seoul or something? If Kim, North Korea's 28 year old dictator, was going to make a move of his threats, he would have already taken hostag ...
Open Letter to President Barack Obama on the Urgent Situation in the Korean Peninsula March 10, 2013 Dear President Obama, At this moment, the Korean Peninsula is facing the most serious danger of possible outbreak of war since the Korean War. It is not an exaggeration that the United Nations Security Council Resolution No. 2094 (tighter sanctions against North Korea following North Korea’s third nuclear weapon testing) has brought the matters to hair trigger situation. North Korea, in response, has announced the renouncement of nonaggression agreements between the two sides of Korea and the cessation of the hot line between the two governments. Moreover, North Korea has already declared its abandonment of the Korean War Armistice Agreement starting on March 11, to coincide with the start of the Key Resolve/Foal Eagle joint U.S.-South Korea military exercises. All these ominous developments are leading the Korean Peninsula closer to war. Through these years, we have seen that sanctions and pressures aga ...
Today(march 11th, 2013) is also the day that North Korea officially ends it's 60 year armistice with the United States and South Korea that brought the Korean War to an end in 1953. Things are becoming increasingly serious and tense on the Korean Peninsula at the moment.
It accused the U.S. of leading efforts to slap sanctions on North Korea. The statement said the new sanctions would only advance the timing for North Korea to fulfill previous vows to take "powerful second and third countermeasures" against its enemies. It hasn't elaborated on those measures. The statement said North Korea "strongly warns the U.N. Security Council not to make another big blunder like the one in the past when it earned the inveterate grudge of the Korean nation by acting as a war servant for the U.S. in 1950." North Korea demanded the U.N. Security Council immediately dismantle the American-led U.N. Command that's based in Seoul and move to end the state of war that exists on the Korean Peninsula, which continues six decades after fighting stopped because an armistice, not a peace treaty, ended the war. In anticipation of the resolution's adoption, North Korea earlier in the week threatened to cancel the 1953 cease-fire that ended the Korean War.
Diplomatic Corps: The DCU Government has issued a brief statement, saying of its concern over the potential of a new conflict developing on the Korean Peninsula as North Korea threatens with cold-war rhetoric that it has torn up the ceasefire agreement signed more than 60 years ago that has led to an uneasy peace for both North & South, by the proxy war that the US and Soviet Union participated in. The DCU is also concerned of the potential that the North will carry out an arms race ultimatum in defiance and "defense" against United Nations forces stationed in the peninsula. The Supreme Commander has stated that with other domestic problems occuring around the world, it would be "foolish, misguided and wholly naive to rely on the United State's reassurance to protect the UN allies in the South without leading to a regional nuclear disaster" He also stated that "everything should be done to give the North the chance to 'cool down', but also to communicate that a nuclear war in the region would be disastero ...
The U.N. Security Council is expected to vote on a resolution to strengthen sanctions on North Korea as threats fly back and forth on the Korean Peninsula.
However, the threat of war remains a major tool by which North Korea tries to achieve its political ends. A war on the Korean Peninsula is an unlikely prospect, but if it occurred it would devastate both Koreas, particularly with the major Seoul-Inchon area so close to the border. The odd North Korean missile volley could possibly strike Japan, and U.S. and likely Chinese forces would be rapidly drawn into the conflict. Even if the war was relatively short, and the North Korean military collapsed, the reconstruction costs and the cost of integrating the two Koreas, as well as the major political cost of any attempt to keep them apart after another war, would be immense and would significantly strain economic activity in Northeast Asia. This assumes the best-case scenario, where the United States and China do not end up on opposite sides of the conflict.
On another note, how has no one lumped Dennis Rodman in with Jane Fonda yet? Does nobody realize just how bad things are in North Korea? Kim Jong Un is a man that has threatened the US and wants to "unite", being a polite euphemism, the Korean Peninsula.
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North Korea Armed Forces: an interesting background article run by ISN/ETH ZUrich North Korea’s Armed Forces: All Dressed Up, with Places to Go? Despite its poverty, North Korea maintains one of the world’s largest Armed Forces. Axel Berkofsky looks at Pyongyang’s recent efforts to improve its conventional and asymmetric military capabilities and what they might mean for the security of the Korean Peninsula. After the United Nations imposed sanctions on North Korea as punishment for the country’s 12 December 2012 missile launch, Pyongyang announced plans to accelerate its nuclear weapons program. If we are to believe the current rhetoric coming out of North Korea, the regime is now poised to conduct its third nuclear test. Pyongyang’s announcement once again raises concerns that North Korea might eventually develop the capability to target parts of the United States with nuclear weapons. Analysts also worry that Pyongyang could be only one test away from mounting a nuclear warhead onto a missile ...
URGENT - PLEASE PRAY for South Korea and North KOREA This is a very important for the Korean Peninsula. North Korea is very aggressive and threatening to test nuclear weapons - We need to pray that North Korea stop their aggressive threats and take are of their people. Please pray for the Leaders of North Korea - pray that they make good decisions and that UNIFICATION comes to the Korean Peninsula. I am praying now for the National Assembly of South Korea, that their meeting that is happening right now at 14;00hrs will be a peaceful meeting and that GOD will give to them His Wisdom and Counsel. I declare no war to South Korea and I speak PEACE over North and South Korea. It is the prayer of my heart that North Korea will not do nuclear tests and stop their aggressive behavior. PLEASE JOIN ME IN PRAYER TODAY - NOW - for PEACE over the KOREAN PENINSULA.
SEOUL, Feb. 1 (Yonhap) -- South Korean President-elect Park Geun-hye said Friday she is very much interested in North Korea's human rights record, stressing that improving the lives of all people on the Korean Peninsula is a fundamental goal of unification.
In North Korea, every person is property and is owned by a small and mad family with hereditary power. Every minute of every day, as far as regimentation can assure the fact, is spent in absolute subjection and serfdom. The private life has been entirely abolished. One tries to avoid cliché, and I did my best on a visit to this terrifying country in the year 2000, but George Orwell's 1984 was published at about the time that Kim Il Sung set up his system, and it really is as if he got hold of an early copy of the novel and used it as a blueprint. ("Hmmm … good book. Let's see if we can make it work.")" Actually, North Korea is rather worse than Orwell's dystopia. There would be no way, in the capital city of Pyongyang, to wander off and get lost in the slums, let alone to rent an off-the-record love nest in a room over a shop. Everybody in the city has to be at home and in bed by curfew time, when all the lights go off (if they haven't already failed). A recent nighttime photograph of the Korean penins ...
South Korea just successfully launched its first satellite into space via a rocket; North Korea did the same last month. And that's just the Korean Peninsula. Factor in other parts of Asia, the Middle East and Northern Africa... Secretary Kerry, it's going to be an interesting four years for you, sir.
The New York Times ran an article this morning on North Korea's Nuclear Program and the threat posed to the U.S. Here is aquote from that article: "North Korea has since declared that it would shun any talk on denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula, adding that it would not give up its nuclear weapons until “the denuclearization of the world is realized.” The U.S. is one of the few nations that continue to hoard nuclear weapons. The leaders revel in their ability to undermine U.N. Disarmament Sanctions utilizing the votes of just three nations to do so: Great Britain, Israel, and themselves. If the North Korean government really wishes for the denuclearization of all nations, then their wishes accord with those of the majority of the World's people. If North Korea disarmed themselves, they would fall under the radar as a world power, they would have no more say on America's denuclearization than does Papua New Guinea, Bhutan, or Sierra Leone. It seems to me (as it should to any thinking person), that if ...
Last three weeks news in korea 1. National 1) Google CEO visited North Korea Google CEO Eric Schmidt and New Mexico governor Bill Richardson made a four day visit to North Korea on Jan 7 despite U.S. government’s opposition. They met with leading North Korean officials, and toured a computer lab at Kim Ilsung University. In the interview at Beijing Airport after the visit, Schmidt said he went to express his view that North Korea will be better off with more cell phones and wider internet use. Richardson said “dialogue rather than conflict” is needed at this time of leadership changes in South Korea and Japan. South Korean government hoped the Americans’ visit will promote peace and stability in Korean Peninsula. Not known whether they met with Kim Jongun. It might be that the real motive for Eric Schmidt’s visit was to meet with Kim Jongun to transfer his state-of-the-art horse dancing skills he learned from PSY during his visit to Seoul last September. 2) Presidential transition committee kick ...
November 1950, the Korean Peninsula. After General MacArthur ignores Mao's warnings and pushes his UN forces deep into North Korea, his 10,000 First Division Marines find themselves surrounded and hopelessly outnumbered by 100,000 Chinese soldiers near the Chosin Reservoir. Their only chance for sur...
People Koreans are primarily from one ethnic family and speak one language. Sharing distinct physical characteristics, they are believed to be descendants of several Mongol tribes that migrated onto the Korean Peninsula from Central Asia. In the seventh century, the various states of the peninsula were unified for the first time under the Silla Kingdom (57 B.C.-A.D. 935). The resulting homogeneity has remained largely preserved to this day, enabling Koreans to maintain a firm solidarity with one another. As of the end of 2011, South Korea's total population was estimated at 49,779,000. The population of North Korea is estimated to be around 24,051,218 (2010). Korea saw its population grow by an annual rate of 3 percent during the 1960s, but growth slowed to 2 percent over the next decade. In 2005, the rate stood at 0.44 percent and is expected to further decline to 0.01 percent by 2020. A notable trend in Korea's demographics is that it is growing older with each passing year. Statistics show that 7.2 per ...
A senior North Korean diplomat warned a meeting of the UN General Assembly in New York that "a spark of fire could set off a thermonuclear war" on the Korean Peninsula.
Naustrowillous says: WWIII will begin within the next 8 years. Israel, The United States, Great Britain, Germany, Australia, Canada, and will be major players on one side. China, North Korea (eventually "Korea"), Venezuela, Cuba, Russia, Syria, Iran, Egypt, and Libya will be players on the other side. Mexico will start on the side of the US and her allies, but will see a drastic change in Government that results in a change of sides. The war will be complicated by rogue fighters in the Middle East, Africa, and Central and South America. There will be surprise terrorist attacks on the populations of the United States and Great Britain. Key neutral nations will be Spain, France,and of course, Switzerland, though Spain and France could bear the brunt of the fighting in Europe. The fighting will be concentrated on the Middle East, the Korean Peninsula, Northern Africa, Central and South America, and along the US/Mexico border, though the Middle Eastern fighting could expand into Europe. The United Nation ...
I am here to sound the alarm about our direction as a human family,” said Ban Ki-moon, He warned about the implications of the unbridled war in Syria, the unresolved Palestinian statehood issue, Israel-Iran war rhetoric and unchecked Islamic fury over an anti-Muslim video. In his wide-ranging speech, Mr. Ban also said global action on climate change remains unfinished business and food prices are too volatile. The economic and political crisis across Africa’s Sahel region is not getting sufficient attention, Mr. Ban said, and North Korea had to do more to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula. He pointed to some positive developments, including a halving in extreme poverty in the past decade; the democratic transition in the Arab world; and Africa’s booming economic growth. He said one of the most pressing immediate issues confronting the United Nations is the Syria conflict, which began in March 2011 and is now causing regional instability. “This is a serious and growing threat to international peace ...
Stephen W. Bosworth, the former U.S. Special Envoy for North Korea Policy and former U.S. Ambassador to South Korea, said today that North Korea policy should change direction, with a new focus emphasizing regional stability as the immediate goal. "I believe that their aim should be stability on the Korean Peninsula and Northeast Asia, instead of what it has been until now – bringing about CVID, or complete, verifiable and irreversible dismantlement of North Korea’s nuclear programs – which has also been the purpose of the six-nation talks” on denuclearizing North Korea, Bosworth said in Seoul recently.
Satellite image of Typhoon Bolaven heading toward the Korean Peninsula. .Korea is bracing for its worst storm in 10 years. Typhoon Bolaven, named after a highland region in Laos, will be the most dangerous typhoon to hit Korea since Rusa in 2002, according to reports. The latter caused 246 deaths and approximately US$4.49 billion in damages. The Korea Meteorological Administration announced that the typhoon is growing at an alarming rate as it approaches Korea from Okinawa. Bolaven’s maximum wind speed is predicted to be 53 meters per second. A wind speed of 44 meters per second “can move not just people but big rocks,” according to a KMA official. The typhoon will hit Jeju Island on Monday afternoon and make its way to Korea’s west coast before moving on to North Korea. Given the reports in the local media, the most searched-for keywords on Korea’s major portals have been typhoon-related. Seoul public schools have announced a holiday August 28 and the president has called for protective measure ...
North Korea dispatched soldiers to pour buckets of water on parched fields and South Korean officials scrambled to save a rare mollusk threatened by the heat as the worst dry spell in a century gripped the Korean Peninsula. [Associated Press] Parts of both countries are experiencing the most severe ...
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or MEB, and their great, great uncle Mst. Sgt. Jim Rich, USMC, served in the Korean War at the age of 42. This is not nor has the author ever advocated war for it's own sake, but as a defensive measure to be weighed very seriously given the stakes in Korea. There are over 20,000 American troops who if North Korea makes an offensive move would be engaged in the most intense combat action since the Second World War, bar none. You may not want to attack the North, and that's great, just don't forget that they have their own ideas, which may or may not be to attack, but pretending that isn't a possibility could be a grave delusion too, if you don't want to provoke them either for its own sake. To remind people of something important to consider now, look back at the Agreed Framework in 1994. We agreed to feed and "energize" the North Koreans, and they agreed to not develop nuclear weapons, in itself something of a form of extortion, if that is sometimes as well the nature of international relations too, to be ...
Chinese President Hu Jintao promises to work with North Korea for peace & help reduce tension on the Korean Peninsula.
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