North Korea has once again slammed , South Korea and the U.S. at a UN General Assembly meeting on Monday.
The regime pointed its finger at the U.S., saying Washington is solely to blame for the "vicious cycle of aggravated tension" on the Korean Peninsula. while accusing South Korea of engaging in "double-dealing behavior."
The remarks come as Seoul still awaits Pyeongyang's response on the issue of the stalled inter-Korean Mt. Geumgang tourism project.
Today we go in-depth on North Korea's escalating rhetoric against Washington and Seoul and on the latest developments surrounding the two Koreas with Dr. Kim Hyun-wook, Professor at the Korea National Diplomatic Academy.
1. N. KOREA SLAMS S. KOREA, U.S. AT UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEETING
2. N. KOREA YET TO RESPOND TO S. KOREA'S REQUEST ON MT. GEUMGANG RESORT
3. N. KOREA'S EXPECTED STANCE ON RESUMING MT. GEUMGANG TOURS
4. EXPECTED OUTCOME OF UNIFICATION MINISTER KIM'S VISIT TO U.S. NEXT WEEK
5. N. KOREA UPS RHETORIC AHEAD OF S. KOREA-U.S. DEFENSE COST TALKS
6. KEY POINTS OF U.S. DEFENSE CHIEF'S VISIT TO SEOUL THIS WEEK
7. U.S. DOMESTIC POLITICAL SITUATION LIKELY TO IMPACT N. KOREA-U.S. TALKS?
8. N. KOREA, U.S. LIKELY TO MEET BEFORE YEAR-END?