by Spencer Ackerman | Apr 15, 2013 | MonitorSo far, North Korea hasn’t launched a missile as expected to celebrate its founder’s birthday. But that doesn’t change the U.S. military’s posture on and near the Korean peninsula.
by Spencer Ackerman | Apr 4, 2013 | MonitorAs U.S.-North Korea tensions continue, one of the CIA’s former top Pyongyang analysts says she thinks the North will lash out before tensions actually recede.
by Robert Beckhusen | Dec 11, 2012 | MonitorThe North American Aerospace Defense Command — which oversees the U.S.’s air defense – is now saying North Korea appears to have successfully sent an ‘object’ into orbit after its latest rocket launch.
by Robert Beckhusen | Jul 12, 2012 | MonitorU.S. ballistic missile interceptor. Photo: Navy Another year, another Pentagon report on Iran’s military power. Which means another round of imprecise predictions about when Iran may first test an intercontinental ballistic missile. But this time, the Pentagon...