The 1960 report defends Israel's nuclear ambitions, offers guidance on handling today's nuclear-hopefuls.
The international community will not back down in the face of North Korea's threats, the US president says at a White House meeting Tuesday.
South Korean President Lee Myung Bak arrives in Washington today seeking a guarantee of American nuclear defense from possible North Korean aggression.
For the first time, the rogue state has admitted to having a uranium-enrichment program. It also threatened to respond militarily to any attempts to stop any of its ships suspected of carrying nuclear components.
The apocalyptic pronouncements from Pyongyang have a silver lining: They may be motivating the world to take unprecedented action against the North.
President Ahmadinejad's bellicose rhetoric has raised concerns about Iran's intentions. Whether or not he is reelected Friday, here's what Western policymakers now need to consider.
Even if China doesn't follow through on its vote for economic sanctions, the UN resolution approved Friday may let other countries tighten the screws.