From arms control to Afghanistan, analysts say the deals brokered by Obama and Medvedev could profoundly reshape global security.
North Koreans on Thursday tested several short-range missiles, but their track record on longer-range missile technology has been poor.
Thursday’s tests were expected; what’s at issue now is whether Pyongyang will send a long-range missile toward Hawaii on July 4.
The move aims to counter Western depictions of the country as a fast and loose post-communist frontier. Gambling operators say the state is pushing the industry underground – and losing $1 billion in tax revenues.
An Iranian company is the first to be penalized as the US uses stricter financial sanctions to curb Pyongyang's weapons program.
Tired of President Obama's cautious approach, lawmakers look to sanction the two regimes.
The commander of US forces in South Korea says the North would likely use roadside bombs and other insurgent strategies in a ground war.