It has been almost 66 years since the signing of the Korean Armistice Agreement. This agreement brought the Korean War into the status of a ‘cease-fire,’ an ordinarily uncomfortable and sometimes strenuous status which has continued since 1953. For nearly seven decades the alliance between the United States and the Republic of Korea has provided […]Read More Is the US expecting too much from South Korea?
Despite U.S. President Trump’s best efforts to convince North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un to dismantle his country’s nuclear weapons program, the administration may be severely limited in how much it can curtail economic sanctions for an agreement to work. North Korean use of slave labor and other severe human-rights violations pose an immovable obstacle […]Read More North Korean Slave Labor Will Keep Sanctions Going
In the wake of significant steps taken by the North Korean government to scale back its nuclear weapons program the U.S. might begin lifting economic sanctions levied against the totalitarian regime. However, FDD.org also known as Foundation for Defense of Democracies has stated that the bar for leniency shouldn’t be any lower than a total […]Read More Keeping the North Korean Sanctions Going
In our increasingly cyber world maintaining the security of computer systems has never been more critical. In the past few years, it is increasingly evident that supporting an active defense of our computer infrastructure is as challenging as it is vital. Security breaches from North Korea, Russia, and China, as well as leaks caused by […]Read More A Look At International Cyber Security
World powers have unanimously agreed that a nuclear-armed North Korea is a threat to global security. As a result, the isolated country has been overwhelmed with heavy economic sanctions. Despite the international effort to stop North Korea’s proliferation of nuclear weapons, Pyongyang has continued with tests and has shown little sign of willingness to participate […]Read More The Need for North Korea Sanctions