North Korea: Missiles and Geopolitical Positioning

Yoselina Guevara López North Korean ballistic missile,November 2022 This Friday, November 18, North Korea successfully launched an intercontinental ballistic missile that would be capable of reaching and hitting any part of U.S. territory. The weapon tested by Pyongyang, according to specialized agencies, is the Hwasong-17 developed by North Korea, which is equipped with two nuclear…

Faced with U.S. ‘Decapitation Drill’, DPRK Korea Missile Launch is Self-Defense

Sara Flounders Tens of thousands of South Koreans demonstrate Aug. 13, during the first round of military drills Aug. 8-14. This “military drill” was described as preparation for a larger 11-day U.S.-South Korean military operation Aug. 22 to Sept. 1. Credit: Xinhua The western corporate media described the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s launch of…

Washington Splits Asia in Two

Dmitry Bokarev The modern world is torn by contradictions: the US and its allies, accustomed to global domination, seek to maintain and expand their position at the expense of the interests of other countries, leading to crises and conflicts. In the Middle East, wars have been raging for decades, and in Europe, fighting has broken…

Korea and Venezuela Advance Toward a Multicentric and Pluripolar Horizon

The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) is the victim of a tight economic, commercial and financial blockade by the United States government. Among the countries blocked by this empire, the DPRK faces the greatest number of unilateral coercive measures, which represent a systematic violation of the human rights of the Korean people and their…

Venezuela Opens First Embassy in Pyongyang

The deterioration of Venezuela’s relations with the Western world, imposition of harsh Western economic sanctions and open calls for regime change by the United States and many of its allies have led Caracas to strengthen ties with a number of Western adversaries since 2017. The country’s ties with Russia and China in particular have been…

The European Union is Obliged to Participate in US Wars

Thierry Meyssan After  having lost his majority in the House of Representatives during the mid-term elections, President Trump has found new allies in exchange for his discharge by prosecutor Mueller of the accusation of high treason [1]. He now supports the objectives of his generals. US imperialism is back [2].In less than six months, the foundations…

China and the US: Development vs. Destruction

Sara Flounders Escalating U.S. military confrontations, political threats, extreme tariffs and an ominous trade war against China are having global repercussions. These provocations impact the economy and the political alliances of every country, not only China. The emerging policies of China and the U.S. reveal, in the starkest light, a fundamental difference in the form…

A Tale of Two Nuclear Deals

Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya Part I: Trump’s Road to Singapore with North Korea US President Donald Trump bilaterally embraced the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) or North Korea, as the DPRK is simply and informally called, through a joint statement of principles signed by Trump and his counterpart from the DPRK, Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un,…

Washington’s ‘Libya Threats’ Crash North Korea Summit

Strategic Culture Foundation American President Donald Trump has scrapped the summit planned next month with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. In a letter to Kim, Trump decried the verbal “open hostility” displayed by North Korea in recent days towards members of his administration. In particular, North Korean officials had slammed Vice President Mike Pence…

Korean Summit: Shared Goodwill

Angel Guerra Cabrera Translation by Internationalist 360° Working for the total denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, reducing its arsenals, signing a peace agreement and seeking a future of prosperity and reunification were the central agreements of the memorable summit between the two Koreas, held on April 27 . The results of the meeting between its…

Xi Jinping, Kim Jong Un Hold Talks in Beijing

Xinhua At the invitation of Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and Chinese president, Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) and chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), paid an unofficial visit to China…

UN Security Council: Triggering a Devastating Humanitarian Crisis in North Korea

Resolution 2397, December 22, 2017: Security Council Inflicts Gestapo-Style Sanctions on DPRK, Despite Warnings They Will Annihilate the People of North Korea Carla Stea Ignoring the avalanche of evidence that prior sanctions on the DPRK are causing a devastating humanitarian crisis for the people of North Korea, especially the most vulnerable, on December 22, despite…