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North Korea Strikes Again – Missile Launch Near Japan

Tom McCuin / Aug 29, 2017

North Korea dramatically raised the stakes on Monday by firing a missile that flew over Japan, landing in the waters to the east of the Land of the Rising Sun.

U.S. Prepared to Send the ‘Sound of Freedom’ North Korea’s Direction

Tom McCuin / Aug 28, 2017

Amid the regularly scheduled combined exercises between the U.S. and the Republic of Korea, North Korea launched three short-range ballistic missiles into the ocean.

China, U.S. Get on Same Page in North Korea

Tom McCuin / Aug 23, 2017

Ultimately, a more realistic approach to our relationship with China will get Trump what he wants on Korea.

How a Leak Confirmed Ukraine’s Role in North Korea’s Nuclear Program

Tom McCuin / Aug 16, 2017

The leak here is that the New York Times verified conclusions through “classified assessments by American intelligence agencies.”

North Korea Debate is War Over Words

Tom McCuin / Aug 10, 2017

The debate in Washington is less about North Korea’s policies than a critique of the President’s words.

Intentional “Leaks” and Criminal Leaks – Yes, There’s a Difference

Tom McCuin / Aug 9, 2017

Leaks, for better or worse, drive the news cycle these days. But they’re not all the same.

How Troubling is the Latest North Korean ICBM Launch?

Tom McCuin / Jul 31, 2017

The Republic of Korea tested another intercontinental ballistic missile on Friday, two days after Iran tested its own ICBM.

North Korea Launches Intercontinental Ballistic Missile

Tom McCuin / Jul 4, 2017

Test should be evidence of the need to complete deployment of the THAAD system