Via Mizokami, this website makes some interesting claims about North Korean capability to hit Seoul with artillery in the first hours of a renewed conflict on the Korean Peninsula. The typical argumen
At this point, knowing that the North Koreans are facing hard limits on fissile material, wouldn’t it make sense just to dare them to conduct additional nuclear tests?
Egads. North Korea, facing international sanction for this week’s nuclear test, threatened on Wednesday to attack the South after Seoul joined a U.S.-led initiative to check vessels suspected of car
Good Christ, the idiocy is flowing like wine this morning from the right. It’s hardly surprising that right-wing bloggers can’t tell the difference between the argument that a) North Korea
I’d like to see how this question was worded: [UPDATE: I had misread the link, and thought that wording was only available to premium subscribers. Make the numbers even more wacky; totally elimi
North Korea finally launches. There don’t seem to have been any premature shootdowns. See? That wasn’t so scary…
In the second half of the 14th the rulership of northeast Asia was in a state of flux. The Mongols ruled China as the Yuan Dynasty until 1371, when they were replaced by the Mings and chased back to M