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China Says It Can’t End North Korea Nuke Program on Its Own

9/12/16 China responded Monday to calls that it needs to do more to rein in North Korea’s nuclear program by saying that American officials were truly to blame for inciting conflict on the Korean Peninsula.

UN Security Council Condemns North Korea over Missile Launches

UN Security Council Condemns North Korea over Missile Launches

9/7/16 The UN Security Council on Tuesday issued a strong condemnation of North Korea’s latest missile tests and threatened to take “further significant measures” against Pyongyang.

Abe and Park Agree to Work Together over Responses to North Korean Missile Launches

Abe and Park Agree to Work Together over Responses to North Korean Missile Launches

9/8/16 Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South Korean President Park Geun-hye agreed on Wednesday to coordinate their responses to North Korea’s ballistic missile launches, at bilateral talks on the sidelines of regional meetings in Laos.

N. Korea’s Bomb Is More Powerful, but Worry Is Miniaturization

N. Korea’s Bomb Is More Powerful, but Worry Is Miniaturization

9/10/16 North Korea tested its most powerful nuclear device on Friday, but the more worrying aspect for its rivals was Pyongyang’s claim that it had advanced its ability to make a nuclear weapon, by miniaturizing and mounting a warhead on a missile.

Inside the Secret US-North Korea ‘Track 2’ Diplomacy

Inside the Secret US-North Korea ‘Track 2’ Diplomacy

8/28/16 U.S. experts and former officials secretly met several times with top
North Korean officials this year, and some of them have emerged
believing the regime of Kim Jong Un is ready to restart talks about
its nuclear program.

Hibakusha: A-Bomb Sufferers’ Group Official Regrets Praising Obama Speech

Hibakusha: A-Bomb Sufferers’ Group Official Regrets Praising Obama Speech

8/2/16 The secretary-general of the Japan Confederation of A- and H-Bomb Sufferers Organizations, who praised the speech given by United States President Barack Obama during his visit to Hiroshima, says he regretted doing so after learning the content of the speech in more detail.

A-Bomb Survivors’ Group Struggles to Move Forward amid Dwindling Numbers

A-Bomb Survivors’ Group Struggles to Move Forward amid Dwindling Numbers

8/5/16 While Barack Obama’s historic visit to Hiroshima as the first sitting U.S. president in May highlighted again the need to eliminate nuclear weapons, Japan’s major anti-nuclear group, which has led the movement for 60 years at home and abroad, sees a rocky road ahead as its membership declines with the passing of atomic bomb survivors.

Letter to Barack Obama from Bomb Victim Setsuko Thurlow

Since your historic visit to Hiroshima in May, several people have been asking me to share my thoughts. What would I have said to you directly if we’d had an opportunity to sit down and speak face to face?

North Korea Says Missile Tests Simulated Nuclear Strike on the South

North Korea Says Missile Tests Simulated Nuclear Strike on the South

7/20/16 North Korea said on Wednesday its latest ballistic missile tests trialled detonation devices for possible nuclear strikes on US targets in South Korea and were personally monitored by supreme leader Kim Jong-un.

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