North Korea and the US have drummed up their rhetoric and the Korean Peninsula is seemingly poised to brace for a new round of crisis in the near future after a nearly two-year hiatus.
The Korean Peninsula denuclearisation process took another hit on Saturday when talks between the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and the United States broke down in Stockholm.
The three key actors in the Korean Peninsula crisis are demonstrating why a solution should be anchored in an international coalition and international institutions.
Russia doesn’t play a decisive role in the situation on the Korean peninsula, but its behaviour does affect general developments in the region, as Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meet in Vladivostok.
The 27th Annual Meeting of Asia-Pacific Parliamentary Forum in Siem Reap province yesterday concluded with members and delegates discussing topics concerning the region.
South China Sea, the Korean peninsula and human rights in Myanmar on top of APPF.
Moon praises China’s positive role.
The IOC remains committed to helping the Korean Peninsula find lasting peace.
South Korea’s army has started demolishing guard posts inside the Demilitarised Zone.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has lauded the recent meeting between the Koreans.
China’s national observatory continues to issue a blue alert morning for Typhoon Soulik, the region’s 19th typhoon this year.
Asean member states expressed regional security concerns over the Korean peninsula.
The Foreign Minister said that Asean member states expressed their concerns about the Korean peninsula, South China Sea and US-China trade war which are threatening the regional security.
Khmer Times’ Raquel R. Bacay just returned from North Korea and these are her first impressions of the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) separating the DPRK from the Republic of Korea.
President Kim Il Sung was a leader with a vision for reunification of the Korea. On July 7, 1994 he signed his last document for an inter-Korean summit.
The inter-Korean Summit held at the Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) in April 2018 saw a most unexpected handshake between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
US President Donald Trump started his three-day visit to China at the invitation of President Xi Jinping. The international community is closely watching the two presidents’ meeting.
Pyongyang’s foreign minister Ri Yong Ho responded that Mr Trump had “declared war” and North Korea reserved the right to take counter-measures.
The US wants a diplomatic solution to the North Korean nuclear crisis, China warns there will be “no winners” in a war.
Asian shares wither and the yen firmed as tensions rise on the Korean peninsula.
Cambodia once again calls for restraint on the Korean Peninsula as the war of words flares up.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte describes North Korean leader Kim Jong-un as a “fool” and a “son of a bitch”.