North Korea has warned the U.S. it has until the end of this year, now the end of this month, to come up with a new approach to resolve their nuclear deadlock.
Making sure the U.S. is reminded of that deadline, the North has recently carried out a series of provocations, and over the weekend, it announced it has conducted what it calls a test of 'great significance' at its Sohae Satellite launch site in Dongchang-ri, located close to its northern border with China.
To this, President Trump said Kim Jong-un risks losing "everything" if he continues with such actions.
But in the latest move amid re-escalating North Korea-U.S. tensions, Pyeongyang has released another statement telling Washington that North Korea has nothing more to lose.
Today we go in-depth on the re-escalating tensions between Pyeongyang and Washington with Dr. CHUNG Ku-youn, Political Science professor at Kangwon National University.
1. "N. KOREA HAS NOTHING MORE TO LOSE": KIM YONG-CHOL
2. KIM JONG-UN YET TO COMMENT TO TRUMP'S REMARKS: KIM YONG-CHOL
3. KIM JONG-UN RISKS "LOSING EVERYTHING": TRUMP. END OF KIM-TRUMP BROMANCE?
4. N. KOREA'S TEST OF "GREAT SIGNIFICANCE", ICMB TEST?
5. N. KOREA'S POSSIBLE MOTIVES BEHIND TESTING
6. N. KOREA TO CONVENE RULING PARTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE LATER THIS MONTH
7. N. KOREA-U.S. DIALOGUE NOT COMPLETELY SHUT DOWN: MOON
8. KIM WOULDN'T WANT TO INTERFERE IN U.S. ELECTIONS: TRUMP
9. N. KOREA-U.S. NUKE TALKS GOING BACK TO SQUARE ONE?
10. U.S. POINT MAN ON N. KOREA BEIGUN TO VISIT S. KOREA THIS MONTH
11. "DENUCLEARIZATION OFF THE TABLE WITH U.S.": N. KOREA'S UN AMBASSADOR