North Korea tests likely if they ‘don’t feel satisfied’: Pentagon chief

FILE PHOTO: U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper testifies before a House Armed Services Committee hearing on “U.S. Policy in Syria and the Broader Region,” at the Rayburn House office building…

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Maximum Pressure 2.0: How to turn the tables on North Korea

By: David Maxwell North Korea has been warning for months that the United States only has until the end of the year to change its hostile attitude. If Washington does not make amends for its…

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South Korea releases pre-emptive strike video amid rising tensions

UPI  |  By Elizabeth Shim Dec. 12 (UPI) — South Korea’s air force released a video of a simulated pre-emptive strike against North Korean weapons systems on Thursday, amid concerns Pyongyang…

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USFK Returns Land to South Korea

PA-001-19 | Dec. 11, 2019 United States Forces Korea and the Republic of Korea announced the return of four U.S. military sites and plans to initiate more returns from U.S.…

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U.S. has never abandoned military options for N. Korea: Pentagon official

WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 (Yonhap) — The United States has never taken military options off the table when dealing with North Korea and has shown restraint not to respond to every…

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U.S. JCS official unaware of discussion of troop drawdown in S. Korea

WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 (Yonhap) — A U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff official said Wednesday that he is not aware of any discussion inside the Pentagon of a possible drawdown of…

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