Kim Hopes Putin Talks Will Settle Korean Peninsula Dispute
teleSUR | telesurenglish.net | 2019-04-25
North Korea's Kim Jong-un met with Russian President Vladimir Putin Thursday during his first trip to Russia since becoming Supreme Leader of the Asian nation. | RELATED: | North Korean Leader Enters Russia To Meet With Putin | "We welcome your efforts to develop an inter-Korean dialogue and normalize North Korea's relations with the United States," Putin said to Ki…
Iran Is No One's Colony: US Aggression Escalating to a Level that Threatens World War
Christopher Black | globalresearch.ca | 2019-04-25
The American aggression against Iran is escalating to a level that threatens world war. On Monday April 22, the USA declared that it has withdrawn "waivers" given to China, India, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, Italy and Greece, under the …
Putin Says Kim Is Ready to Denuclearize, With Conditions
Staff | truthdig.com | 2019-04-25
The Russian president also claims he is willing to brief the United States on his recent summit with the Supreme Leader of North Korea.
Siren Sounds on Nuclear Fallout Embedded in Melting Glaciers
Patrick Galey | globalresearch.ca | 2019-04-25
Radioactive fallout from nuclear meltdowns and weapons testing is nestled in glaciers across the world, scientists said Wednesday, warning of a potentially hazardous time bomb as rising temperatures melt the icy residue. |
| For the first time, an international team of …
Putin Calls for Peaceful Solution to the Korean Peninsula Dispute
plenglish | plenglish.com | 2019-04-25
Moscow, Apr 25 (Prensa Latina) Russian President Vladimir Putin underscored on Thursday the need to a peaceful solution as the only alternative to the dispute in the Korean Peninsula, and called on seeking international guaranties for Pyongyang denuclearization.
US 'not interested in matching new Russian weapons', but will use nukes if it 'has to'
RT | rt.com | 2019-04-25
Despite a defense budget bigger than the next 7 countries combined, the US says Russia is pulling ahead in a new arms race, and the Pentagon has no choice but to rely on its nuclear deterrent. But how sincere are they being? | …
Koreans say no to Mike Pompeo
Deirdre Griswold | workers.org | 2019-04-24
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea has told the U.S. government there will be no more summit meetings this year if Mike Pompeo, Trump's Secretary of State, is part of them. The DPRK has also reaffirmed its policy of self-reliance and independence in building a strong socialist society. DPRK leader . . . | Continue reading Koreans say no to Mike Pompeo at Workers.org…
The Mandate for Israel: Keep the Arabs Down
John Steppling | counterpunch.org | 2019-04-24
Stephen Gowans has done remarkable work in previous writings on North Korea, and on the Imperialist U.S. in its long war on Syria (not coincidentally the title of his last book). He is often described as Brown in Red, or a Stalinist — both of which are fine with me since most so called Stalinist…
North Korea Pleads for Food Aid as Trump Sanctions Noose Tightens
Alexander Rubinstein | mintpressnews.com | 2019-04-22
As much as Trump likes to rail against the failed policies of his predecessor, he seems to be mimicking them, using North Korea's food shortages as leverage to force the country to denuclearize, a move that DPRK believes would bring about only a swifter death.
Mueller and a Dangerous Moment in Human History — Jay and Curry
Staff | therealnews.com | 2019-04-21
The threat of nuclear war; the climate crisis; Trump's regime change plans for Iran and Venezuela; and confrontation with China are far more significant threats than election meddling — former Pres. Clinton advisor Bill Curry and Paul Jay join host Jacqueline Luqman…
"Red Joan," Promising a Soviet Spy Thriller, Underdelivers
Ed Rampell | progressive.org | 2019-04-19
At the height of the Cold War, five members of Britain's nuclear program passed secrets along to the USSR.
President Moon's Unenviable Task
Peace Action | peaceaction.org | 2019-04-08
This article was originally published on Common Dreams. When President Moon Jae-in of South Korea meets with President Donald Trump at the White House this week, he may find himself fighting the urge to pour cold water all over Trump, because that's what Trump did to the Korea peace process when he met with Kim …