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https://plus.google.com/113446480842109331056 Barbara Billig Nuclear Fiction novels of survival : North Korea Threat To Nuke U.S. Over Israeli Support Falls On 'Numb' World http://ow.ly/2L3UdE
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North Korea Threat To Nuke U.S. Over Israeli Support Falls On 'Numb' World
North threatens to nuke White House for supporting Israeli's Gaza massacre
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https://plus.google.com/111997200811359482054 ExcitingAds! Inc. : ^NS North Korea threat america, japan and south korea, China plans to invade North Korea
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https://plus.google.com/108726068930147249699 Canada World News - News Waver : In call with Chinese leader, Obama says US, China must work more closely on North Korea threat http:...
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In call with Chinese leader, Obama says US, China must work more closely on North Korea threat
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama says the U.S. and China must improve their communication and co-ordination to address the nuclear threat from Nort
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https://plus.google.com/113734409191468544070 Canada News - News Waver : In call with Chinese leader, Obama says US, China must work more closely on North Korea threat http:...
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In call with Chinese leader, Obama says US, China must work more closely on North Korea threat
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama says the U.S. and China must improve their communication and co-ordination to address the nuclear threat from Nort
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https://plus.google.com/104351597167292130158 Ray Radlein : The de facto maritime border dividing the two Koreas in the West Sea has become one of the most contentious...
The de facto maritime border dividing the two Koreas in the West Sea has become one of the most contentious areas in a conflict... that has been bubbling for more than six decades now.
And with North Korea continuing on with its provocations near the Northern Limit Line,... South Korea has announced plans to build a new naval base in the region by the end of this year..
Kim Hyun-bin tells us more.
The South Korean military plans to finish construction of a naval base on one of its western sea border islands by the end of this year to better cope with North Korea's naval provocations.
A South Korean naval officer said Friday that the base will be located on Baegnyeongdo island, just 10 kilometers south of the de facto maritime border separating the two Koreas.
Upon completion, the base will house a 570-ton guarded-missile patrol killer, or PKG, and a 170-ton patrol killer medium vessel, or PKM,... and will accommodate up to 100 personnel.
The total cost of the base is expected to come in at roughly 42 million dollars.
It's money being spent to counter the North Korea threat and prevent another provocation in an area that has become one of the most contentious on the Korean peninsula.
In March of 2010, the North torpedoed a South Korean warship in the area, killing 46 sailors.
Eight months later, the North shelled Yeonpyeong island,... killing four people, including two civilians.
In the years since, North Korea has continued to provoke its southern neighbor through naval exercises and firing off artillery that has landed south of the maritime border.
In 2012, the communist regime constructed a naval base directly across from Baegnyeongdo island... capable of holding 70 hovercrafts.
Kim Hyun-bin, Arirang News.

Watch the video: Navy to complete new base on western border island this year
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The de facto maritime border dividing the two Koreas in the West Sea has become one of the most contentious areas in a conflict... that has been bubbling for more than six decades now. And with North Korea continuing on with its provocations near the Northern Limit Line,... South Korea has announced plans to build a new naval base in the region by the end of this year.. Kim Hyun-bin tells us more. The South Korean military plans to finish construction of a naval base on one of its western sea border islands by the end of this year to better cope with North Korea's naval provocations. A South Korean naval officer said Friday that the base will be located on Baegnyeongdo island, just 10 kilometers south of the de facto maritime border separating the two Koreas. Upon completion, the base will house a 570-ton guarded-missile patrol killer, or PKG, and a 170-ton patrol killer medium vessel, or PKM,... and will accommodate up to 100 personnel. The total cost of the base is expected to co...
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https://plus.google.com/116177424317162544086 ARIRANG NEWS : The de facto maritime border dividing the two Koreas in the West Sea has become one of the most contentious...
The de facto maritime border dividing the two Koreas in the West Sea has become one of the most contentious areas in a conflict... that has been bubbling for more than six decades now.
And with North Korea continuing on with its provocations near the Northern Limit Line,... South Korea has announced plans to build a new naval base in the region by the end of this year..
Kim Hyun-bin tells us more.
The South Korean military plans to finish construction of a naval base on one of its western sea border islands by the end of this year to better cope with North Korea's naval provocations.
A South Korean naval officer said Friday that the base will be located on Baegnyeongdo island, just 10 kilometers south of the de facto maritime border separating the two Koreas.
Upon completion, the base will house a 570-ton guarded-missile patrol killer, or PKG, and a 170-ton patrol killer medium vessel, or PKM,... and will accommodate up to 100 personnel.
The total cost of the base is expected to come in at roughly 42 million dollars.
It's money being spent to counter the North Korea threat and prevent another provocation in an area that has become one of the most contentious on the Korean peninsula.
In March of 2010, the North torpedoed a South Korean warship in the area, killing 46 sailors.
Eight months later, the North shelled Yeonpyeong island,... killing four people, including two civilians.
In the years since, North Korea has continued to provoke its southern neighbor through naval exercises and firing off artillery that has landed south of the maritime border.
In 2012, the communist regime constructed a naval base directly across from Baegnyeongdo island... capable of holding 70 hovercrafts.
Kim Hyun-bin, Arirang News.

Watch the video: Navy to complete new base on western border island this year
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The de facto maritime border dividing the two Koreas in the West Sea has become one of the most contentious areas in a conflict... that has been bubbling for more than six decades now. And with North Korea continuing on with its provocations near the Northern Limit Line,... South Korea has announced plans to build a new naval base in the region by the end of this year.. Kim Hyun-bin tells us more. The South Korean military plans to finish construction of a naval base on one of its western sea border islands by the end of this year to better cope with North Korea's naval provocations. A South Korean naval officer said Friday that the base will be located on Baegnyeongdo island, just 10 kilometers south of the de facto maritime border separating the two Koreas. Upon completion, the base will house a 570-ton guarded-missile patrol killer, or PKG, and a 170-ton patrol killer medium vessel, or PKM,... and will accommodate up to 100 personnel. The total cost of the base is expected to co...
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https://plus.google.com/116177424317162544086 ARIRANG NEWS : The de facto maritime border dividing the two Koreas in the West Sea has become one of the most contentious...
The de facto maritime border dividing the two Koreas in the West Sea has become one of the most contentious areas in a conflict... that has been bubbling for more than six decades now.
And with North Korea continuing on with its provocations near the Northern Limit Line,... South Korea has announced plans to build a new naval base in the region by the end of this year..
Kim Hyun-bin tells us more.
The South Korean military plans to finish construction of a naval base on one of its western sea border islands by the end of this year to better cope with North Korea's naval provocations.
A South Korean naval officer said Friday that the base will be located on Baegnyeongdo island, just 10 kilometers south of the de facto maritime border separating the two Koreas.
Upon completion, the base will house a 570-ton guarded-missile patrol killer, or PKG, and a 170-ton patrol killer medium vessel, or PKM,... and will accommodate up to 100 personnel.
The total cost of the base is expected to come in at roughly 42 million dollars.
It's money being spent to counter the North Korea threat and prevent another provocation in an area that has become one of the most contentious on the Korean peninsula.
In March of 2010, the North torpedoed a South Korean warship in the area, killing 46 sailors.
Eight months later, the North shelled Yeonpyeong island,... killing four people, including two civilians.
In the years since, North Korea has continued to provoke its southern neighbor through naval exercises and firing off artillery that has landed south of the maritime border.
In 2012, the communist regime constructed a naval base directly across from Baegnyeongdo island... capable of holding 70 hovercrafts.
Kim Hyun-bin, Arirang News.

Watch the video: Navy to complete new base on western border island this year
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The de facto maritime border dividing the two Koreas in the West Sea has become one of the most contentious areas in a conflict... that has been bubbling for more than six decades now. And with North Korea continuing on with its provocations near the Northern Limit Line,... South Korea has announced plans to build a new naval base in the region by the end of this year.. Kim Hyun-bin tells us more. The South Korean military plans to finish construction of a naval base on one of its western sea border islands by the end of this year to better cope with North Korea's naval provocations. A South Korean naval officer said Friday that the base will be located on Baegnyeongdo island, just 10 kilometers south of the de facto maritime border separating the two Koreas. Upon completion, the base will house a 570-ton guarded-missile patrol killer, or PKG, and a 170-ton patrol killer medium vessel, or PKM,... and will accommodate up to 100 personnel. The total cost of the base is expected to co...
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https://plus.google.com/116177424317162544086 ARIRANG NEWS : The European Union says... it's "deeply concerned" about North Korea's threat of a new nuclear test...
The European Union says... it's "deeply concerned" about North Korea's threat of a new nuclear test.
The statement came out at a meeting of the UN International Atomic Energy Agency on Wednesday.
The EU also said... Pyongyang may be enhancing its nuclear ability.
This comes as North Korea is seen, through satellite imagery, to have stepped up activity at its main test site.
North Korea threatened to conduct a fourth nuclear test earlier this year... to counter what it called "U.S. provocations" in Asia.

Watch the video: EU "deeply concerned" over North Korea's nuclear ability
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The European Union says... it's "deeply concerned" about North Korea's threat of a new nuclear test. The statement came out at a meeting of the UN International Atomic Energy Agency on Wednesday. The EU also said... Pyongyang may be enhancing its nuclear ability. This comes as North Korea is seen, through satellite imagery, to have stepped up activity at its main test site. North Korea threatened to conduct a fourth nuclear test earlier this year... to counter what it called "U.S. provocations" in Asia.
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https://plus.google.com/116177424317162544086 ARIRANG NEWS : The European Union says it's "deeply concerned" about North Korea's threat of a new nuclear test. The...
The European Union says it's "deeply concerned" about North Korea's threat of a new nuclear test.
The statement came out at a meeting of the UN International Atomic Energy Agency on Wednesday.
The EU also said Pyongyang may be enhancing its nuclear ability.
This comes as North Korea is seen, through satellite imagery, to have stepped up activity at its main test site.
North Korea threatened to conduct a fourth nuclear test earlier this year to counter what it called "U.S. provocations" in Asia.

Watch the video: EU deeply concerned over North Korea's nuclear ability
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The European Union says it's "deeply concerned" about North Korea's threat of a new nuclear test. The statement came out at a meeting of the UN International Atomic Energy Agency on Wednesday. The EU also said Pyongyang may be enhancing its nuclear ability. This comes as North Korea is seen, through satellite imagery, to have stepped up activity at its main test site. North Korea threatened to conduct a fourth nuclear test earlier this year to counter what it called "U.S. provocations" in Asia.
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https://plus.google.com/117802010341177333102 Pierre Gazzola : SEOUL — South Korea says China has agreed to cooperate in opposing North Korea's threat to test a fourth...
SEOUL — South Korea says China has agreed to cooperate in opposing North Korea's threat to test a fourth nuclear device.
China Strengthens Resolve Against N. Korea Nuclear Test - Small Journal
China Strengthens Resolve Against N. Korea Nuclear Test
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https://plus.google.com/116177424317162544086 ARIRANG NEWS : A bill which recently passed the U.S. lower house... has ordered the Pentagon to examine ways of strengthening...
A bill which recently passed the U.S. lower house... has ordered the Pentagon to examine ways of strengthening missile defense cooperation... among Seoul, Tokyo and Washington.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will have to report back to the Armed Services Committee... no later than six months after the bill goes into effect.
Our Kim Hyun-bin has this report. The U.S. National Defense Authorization Act for the year 2015 passed the House of Representatives last week.
It stipulates that the Secretary of Defense should assess and identify opportunities for boosting missile defense cooperation among South Korea, the U.S. and Japan.
If enacted,... the Pentagon will evaluate whether the three countries can share more military information, have their missile systems integrated and conduct joint exercises.
After picking up the information on Tuesday... experts in Seoul say... Washington's move could face resistance... as it could anger China and as South Korea is aiming to implement its own missile defense program named Korea Air and Missile Defense by early 2020.
The passing of the bill comes in line with a report out of the Japanese media that U.S. National Security Advisor Susan Rice discussed the matter with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe last month.
The Yomiuri Shimbun report said Rice suggested immediately sharing information among the three nations... if South Korean radar detects a North Korean missile launch.
Attention now lies on how the South Korean government will react -- and if it will react -- to Washington's move.
Experts say Seoul would benefit the least among the three,,.. because it's already set up high tech radar systems throughout the nation because of the North Korea threat.
Expect the issue to be discussed later this week, when the defense ministers of South Korea, the U.S. and Japan meet on the sidelines of the Asian Security Summit Shangri-li Dialogue in Singapore.
Kim Hyun-bin, Arirang News.

Watch the video: U.S. seeks cooperation among S. Korea, U.S. and Japan on missile defense
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A bill which recently passed the U.S. lower house... has ordered the Pentagon to examine ways of strengthening missile defense cooperation... among Seoul, Tokyo and Washington. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will have to report back to the Armed Services Committee... no later than six months after the bill goes into effect. Our Kim Hyun-bin has this report. The U.S. National Defense Authorization Act for the year 2015 passed the House of Representatives last week. It stipulates that the Secretary of Defense should assess and identify opportunities for boosting missile defense cooperation among South Korea, the U.S. and Japan. If enacted,... the Pentagon will evaluate whether the three countries can share more military information, have their missile systems integrated and conduct joint exercises. After picking up the information on Tuesday... experts in Seoul say... Washington's move could face resistance... as it could anger China and as South Korea is aiming to implement its own mi...
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https://plus.google.com/107932880126833367575 meme sugaronwheels : For the next hour Captain Brockman describes North Korea's bag of tricks: submarines to sneak troops...
For the next hour Captain Brockman describes North Korea's bag of tricks: submarines to sneak troops ashore; infiltration tunnels dug under the DMZ, four of which have been discovered so far; sleeper cells of terrorists inside South Korea; and most frightening of all, 700 to 1,000 ballistic missiles that could be armed with biological, chemical, and possibly even nuclear weapons. North Korea's threat could reach even farther, as it readies long-range missiles capable of reaching the West Coast of the United States.

http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/features/world/asia/north-korea/dmz-text/4
Korea's DMZ: Dangerous Divide - National Geographic MagazineNational Geographic Magazine - NGM.com
As North Korea steps up its nuclear threat, it's business as usual along the DMZóthe narrow strip of land that has split the Korean peninsula for 50 years. There the two armies, the South's backed by 20,000 U.S. troops, wait for the other to blink.
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https://plus.google.com/116177424317162544086 ARIRANG NEWS : The defense ministers from South Korea, the U.S. and Japan will sit down in Singapore later this month...
The defense ministers from South Korea, the U.S. and Japan will sit down in Singapore later this month... to discuss North Korea's nuclear and missile programs.
The South Korean defense ministry announced Monday that Kim Kwan-jin, Chuck Hagel and Itsunori Onodera will meet May 31st on the sidelines of the 13th Asia Security Summit.
Although the details of the meeting are to be finalized some time next week,... the North Korea threat will top the agenda, especially with a fourth nuclear test looming.
The sharing of military intelligence will also likely be on the table, as Seoul has been pushing for the three sides to sign an MOU on the matter.
The trilateral defense meeting has been held annually since 2009.

Watch the video: Defense ministers of Korea-U.S.-Japan to meet in Singapore
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The defense ministers from South Korea, the U.S. and Japan will sit down in Singapore later this month... to discuss North Korea's nuclear and missile programs. The South Korean defense ministry announced Monday that Kim Kwan-jin, Chuck Hagel and Itsunori Onodera will meet May 31st on the sidelines of the 13th Asia Security Summit. Although the details of the meeting are to be finalized some time next week,... the North Korea threat will top the agenda, especially with a fourth nuclear test looming. The sharing of military intelligence will also likely be on the table, as Seoul has been pushing for the three sides to sign an MOU on the matter. The trilateral defense meeting has been held annually since 2009.
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https://plus.google.com/116177424317162544086 ARIRANG NEWS : Threats and insults are flying back and forth between the two Koreas. North Korea threatened to wipe...
Threats and insults are flying back and forth between the two Koreas.
North Korea threatened to wipe out the South Korean government Tuesday... a day after a South Korean official said the North "must disappear soon."
Hwang Sung-hee shows us where inter-Korean relations might be headed.
The recent spate of verbal attacks between the two Koreas is eroding hopes of an improvement in inter-Korean ties.
The latest barb was North Korea's threat to wipe out the South Korean government.
So, what sparked such fury?
It was South Korean Defense Ministry Spokesperson Kim Min-seok's unusually blunt remark on Monday.


"Can North Korea even be regarded as a country? Is there human rights? Is there freedom? It continues to make false claims that are historically retrograde. It's a country that cannot exist and should disappear soon."

North Korea's powerful National Defense Commission said Tuesday the comments mirrored South Korea's ambitions for reunification based on the South absorbing the North.
It said the North Korean people are demanding an all-out attack on Seoul and vowed to wipe out President Park Geun-hye and South Korean military officials entirely with merciless force.
The two Koreas had agreed earlier this year to end all cross-border slandering.
That promise was broken by Pyongyang about a month later, after the South Korean leader gave a reunification speech in Dresden, Germany and laid out her vision for a reunified Korea.
Since then, North has been hurling sexist remarks at President Park, calling her names like an "old prostitute."
Seoul's Unification Ministry on Wednesday urged Pyongyang for an immediate end to such derogatory attacks.
Experts say the intensifying war of words will lead to a prolonged confrontation between the two Koreas.


"With no progress in resolving the North Korean nuclear issue and the two Koreas constantly exchanging negative words, inter-Korean relations will be on thin ice for the time being."

But they say the possibility of the verbal battle leading to a North Korean provocation, like a fourth nuclear test, remains slim for now.
Hwang Sung-hee, Arirang News.
Watch the video: Fierce rhetorical battle between Koreas eroding hopes of better inter-Korean ties
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Threats and insults are flying back and forth between the two Koreas. North Korea threatened to wipe out the South Korean government Tuesday... a day after a South Korean official said the North "must disappear soon." Hwang Sung-hee shows us where inter-Korean relations might be headed. The recent spate of verbal attacks between the two Koreas is eroding hopes of an improvement in inter-Korean ties. The latest barb was North Korea's threat to wipe out the South Korean government. So, what sparked such fury? It was South Korean Defense Ministry Spokesperson Kim Min-seok's unusually blunt remark on Monday. "Can North Korea even be regarded as a country? Is there human rights? Is there freedom? It continues to make false claims that are historically retrograde. It's a country that cannot exist and should disappear soon." North Korea's powerful National Defense Commission said Tuesday the comments mirrored South Korea's ambitions for reunification based on the South absorbing the No...
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https://plus.google.com/116177424317162544086 ARIRANG NEWS : Threats and insults are flying back and forth between the two Koreas. North Korea threatened to wipe...
Threats and insults are flying back and forth between the two Koreas.
North Korea threatened to wipe out the South Korean government Tuesday... a day after a South Korean official said the North "must disappear soon."
Hwang Sung-hee shows us where inter-Korean relations might be headed.
The recent spate of verbal attacks between the two Koreas is eroding hopes of an improvement in inter-Korean ties.
The latest barb was North Korea's threat to wipe out the South Korean government.
So, what sparked such fury?
It was South Korean Defense Ministry Spokesperson Kim Min-seok's unusually blunt remark on Monday.


"Can North Korea even be regarded as a country? Is there human rights? Is there freedom? It continues to make false claims that are historically retrograde. It's a country that cannot exist and should disappear soon."

North Korea's powerful National Defense Commission said Tuesday the comments mirrored South Korea's ambitions for reunification based on the South absorbing the North.
It said the North Korean people are demanding an all-out attack on Seoul and vowed to wipe out President Park Geun-hye and South Korean military officials entirely with merciless force.
The two Koreas had agreed earlier this year to end all cross-border slandering.
That promise was broken by Pyongyang about a month later, after the South Korean leader gave a reunification speech in Dresden, Germany and laid out her vision for a reunified Korea.
Since then, North has been hurling sexist remarks at President Park, calling her names like an "old prostitute."
Seoul's Unification Ministry on Wednesday urged Pyongyang for an immediate end to such derogatory attacks.
Experts say the intensifying war of words will lead to a prolonged confrontation between the two Koreas.


"With no progress in resolving the North Korean nuclear issue and the two Koreas constantly exchanging negative words, inter-Korean relations will be on thin ice for the time being."

But they say the possibility of the verbal battle leading to a North Korean provocation, like a fourth nuclear test, remains slim for now.
Hwang Sung-hee, Arirang News.
Watch the video: Fierce rhetorical battle between Koreas eroding hopes of better inter-Korean ties
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Threats and insults are flying back and forth between the two Koreas. North Korea threatened to wipe out the South Korean government Tuesday... a day after a South Korean official said the North "must disappear soon." Hwang Sung-hee shows us where inter-Korean relations might be headed. The recent spate of verbal attacks between the two Koreas is eroding hopes of an improvement in inter-Korean ties. The latest barb was North Korea's threat to wipe out the South Korean government. So, what sparked such fury? It was South Korean Defense Ministry Spokesperson Kim Min-seok's unusually blunt remark on Monday. "Can North Korea even be regarded as a country? Is there human rights? Is there freedom? It continues to make false claims that are historically retrograde. It's a country that cannot exist and should disappear soon." North Korea's powerful National Defense Commission said Tuesday the comments mirrored South Korea's ambitions for reunification based on the South absorbing the No...
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https://plus.google.com/116177424317162544086 ARIRANG NEWS : The United States is moving closer to reviewing South Korea's request to delay a transfer of wartime...
The United States is moving closer to reviewing South Korea's request to delay a transfer of wartime operation control from Washington to Seoul.
The U.S. House Armed Services Committee passed the National Defense Authorization Act of 2015 on Wednesday.
Among its many provisions, one calls for a review of the OPCON transfer issue, currently scheduled for December of next year.
South Korea has been asking that the transfer be pushed back due to the continued North Korea threat.
During their summit talks last month in Seoul,... President Park Geun-hye and U.S. President Barack Obama announced that they would be reconsidering the timeline.
Watch the video: U.S. House Armed Services Committee to look into delay of OPCON transfer
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The United States is moving closer to reviewing South Korea's request to delay a transfer of wartime operation control from Washington to Seoul. The U.S. House Armed Services Committee passed the National Defense Authorization Act of 2015 on Wednesday. Among its many provisions, one calls for a review of the OPCON transfer issue, currently scheduled for December of next year. South Korea has been asking that the transfer be pushed back due to the continued North Korea threat. During their summit talks last month in Seoul,... President Park Geun-hye and U.S. President Barack Obama announced that they would be reconsidering the timeline.
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https://plus.google.com/116177424317162544086 ARIRANG NEWS : U.S. President Barack Obama has arrived in Tokyo on the first stop of a week-long trip to Asia. He is...
U.S. President Barack Obama has arrived in Tokyo on the first stop of a week-long trip to Asia.
He is currently meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, where North Korea and economic ties are expected to top the agenda.
Kim Ji-yeon reports. During his eight-day, four-nation tour of Asia, U.S. President Barack Obama will attempt to reaffirm America's commitment to its allies on the other side of the Pacific.
In Japan, Obama will try to convince Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that he can deliver on his security and economic pledges.
An existing defense treaty between the two countries requires the U.S. to come to Japan's defense if it is attacked.
Tokyo claims that treaty extends to islands at the center of a dispute between Japan and China, which puts the U.S. in a tough position.
Obama is walking a fine line as he tries to ease Tokyo's concerns while not upsetting Beijing.
Local media outlets in Japan are reporting that the U.S. opposes any attempts to undermine Japan's administration of these islands.
The two leaders will also discuss the stalled negotiations on a trans-Pacific trade agreement.


After finishing up in Tokyo,... Obama will come to Seoul, where he will meet with President Park Geun-hye at 1 p.m. local time on Friday.
He is to express his sympathy to the victims of the South Korean ferry disaster.
The two leaders will also talk over ways to respond to the North Korea threat, particularly with the possibility of a fourth nuclear test from Pyongyang looming.
President Obama is also expected to express his support to President Park's vision on reunification of the two Koreas.
In a speech in Dresden last month, she urged the North to expand reunions of families separated by the Korean War and increase cross-border economic and cultural exchanges, which include the South bolstering humanitarian aid.

This is Obama's fourth visit to South Korea, which represents the most trips to the nation by a sitting U.S. president.
After departing from Seoul, Obama will head to Malaysia and the Philippines.
Kim Ji-yeon, Arirang News.
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U.S. President Barack Obama has arrived in Tokyo on the first stop of a week-long trip to Asia. He is currently meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, where North Korea and economic ties are expected to top the agenda. Kim Ji-yeon reports. During his eight-day, four-nation tour of Asia, U.S. President Barack Obama will attempt to reaffirm America's commitment to its allies on the other side of the Pacific. In Japan, Obama will try to convince Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that he can deliver on his security and economic pledges. An existing defense treaty between the two countries requires the U.S. to come to Japan's defense if it is attacked. Tokyo claims that treaty extends to islands at the center of a dispute between Japan and China, which puts the U.S. in a tough position. Obama is walking a fine line as he tries to ease Tokyo's concerns while not upsetting Beijing. Local media outlets in Japan are reporting that the U.S. opposes any attempts to undermine Japan'...
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