• Defense insiders are pushing a non-lethal microwave missile that could stop North Korea's launches in their tracks

    8 days ago - By Business Insider

    Military and government officials are pushing a non-lethal missile that could possibly shut down a North Korean missile launch in its tracks.
    The missile uses readily available technology, but politicians have criticized the Pentagon for being slow to adopt it and systems like it.
    While the missile may have advantages over traditional missiles, it could still massively escalate tensions with North Korea and lead to a war if used.
    The White House has been informed of a newly developed cruise missile that proponents say could knock out North Korean missile launches in their tracks without...
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  • North Korea's latest launch tried to simulate a sneak attack, but the US reportedly saw it coming

    North Korea's latest launch tried to simulate a sneak attack, but the US reportedly saw it coming

    8 days ago - By Chron

    North Korea's latest launch was at night - which many consider to have been a demonstration that it could launch a surprise attack.
    But US intelligence sources reportedly said they knew three days in advance and watched the missile preparation.
    Knowing in advance gives the US time to evaluate the proper response.
    North Korea launched its latest ICBM in the dead of night, which many analysts have interpreted as an attempt to show the US that they could launch a surprise nuclear attack on the US.
    But the US had been aware of the preparations for launch three days in advance, and observed the...
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  • 49 Countries Have Violated Sanctions On North Korea

    8 days ago - By Forbes

    A new report analyzed UN Panel of Exports procurement data to illustrate the global extent of global sanctions violations from March 2014 to September 2017.
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