On her trip to New Delhi next week, Secretary Clinton seeks a new strategic partnership. But congressional critics see India as an enabler of the Iranian regime.
Was this a triumph of international pressure? Or will the Kang Nam sail with another shipment soon?
As North Korea cargo ship returns home, US and UN officials claim a victory for tighter sanctions.
Ban Ki-moon arrived in Burma (Myanmar) Friday in a risky bid to break the political stalemate. He will press for the release of political prisoners, including opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
Thursday’s tests were expected; what’s at issue now is whether Pyongyang will send a long-range missile toward Hawaii on July 4.
An Iranian company is the first to be penalized as the US uses stricter financial sanctions to curb Pyongyang's weapons program.
The commander of US forces in South Korea says the North would likely use roadside bombs and other insurgent strategies in a ground war.