the US Special Representative for North Korea Steven vegan will be in Seoul on Tuesday the day the South korea-us joint military exercises wrap up now the US State Department says vegan will meet his South Korean and Japanese counterparts during his trips to both countries to further strengthen coordination… Continue Reading U.S. nuke envoy’s upcoming Seoul visit raises possibility of N. Korea-U.S. working level talks

now as part of our week-long interview series seeking perspectives from various experts across the globe today we take a step into whether Japan’s latest string of tightening expert controls in South Korea and security and economic implications from the escalating seoul-tokyo dispute joining us live from Washington DC is… Continue Reading S. Korea, Japan row: Implications for Economics, Security, and U.S. Strategic Objectives Expert

South Korea earlier this week announced that it was removing Japan from a list of trusted trading partners after choking dropped Seoul as a preferred trading partner earlier this month not only is a trade we’re already discovering the global supply chain for big tech companies and leaves security analysts… Continue Reading Korea-Japan Trade Dispute and the U.S. Security Mechanism in Northeast Asia

Hyundai Motor drove away with top honors in this year’s Super Bowl… coming in first in USA Today’s Ad Meter for its Genesis commercial. It’s the first time in almost 30 years for an automaker to win the top spot. It is a closely watched measure to see how advertising… Continue Reading USA Today names Hyundai Genesis commercial best Super Bowl ad

Our top story this morning,… The protests in Hong Kong continue to intensify… becoming increasingly chaotic by the day. After a temporary shutdown Monday due to a massive rally over police aggression, flights resumed Tuesday morning at Hong Kong International Airport,… only to stop again in the afternoon, as demonstrators… Continue Reading China moving troops to Hong Kong border amid intensifying protests: Trump

U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper is in South Korea as part of a five-nation trip to the Asia-Pacific region. And he met this morning with his South Korean counterpart Jeong Kyeong-doo. Kim Ji-yeon reports. Visiting U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper reaffirmed that the South Korea, U.S. alliance is “iron clad”… Continue Reading Defense chiefs of S. Korea, U.S. held talks on Friday

with the trade word between the US and China intensified by the day China’s rare Arts Association has further raised the stakes declaring it was a fully support countermeasures announced by Beijing the association also accused Washington of bullying China using their reports the association of China rare earth industry… Continue Reading China’s rare earths association throws support behind Beijing amid trade war with U.S.

The hackers who have wreaked havoc on Sony Pictures in recent weeks have reportedly also threatened an American news media organization. That′s according to an FBI bulletin dated December 24th that has been obtained by the online publication The Intercept. It says the Guardians of Peace hacker group,… which has… Continue Reading Sony hackers threaten U.S. news organization 소니 해킹 단체

And turning to Japan, thousands came together in Hiroshima marking the 70th year since the United States dropped an atomic bomb in the city during World War II. Citizens bowed their heads in a moment of silence while the Peace Bell rang. Those who remembered how the bomb fell on… Continue Reading Japan marks 70th anniversary of Hiroshima atomic bombing 히로시마 핵 폭탄 70주년 기념

Japan marked the 72nd anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima on Sunday with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe renewing calls for a move toward a world free of nuclear weapons. Tens of thousands of people gathered at the Peace Memorial Park to honor the victims, including survivors and representatives of… Continue Reading Japan remembers Hiroshima in 72nd A-bomb anniversary