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File photo of an underwater test-firing of a strategic submarine ballistic missile is seen in this undated photo released by North Korea's KCNA

North Korea’s Missile Test

M H Rajesh writes: In a sign of complacency, many analysts had dismissed an earlier photograph of Kim Jong Un himself next to a missile popping out water as a handiwork of image manipulation.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un watches a firing contest of the KPA artillery units

Will China Finally Change its Attitude Towards North Korea?

Roshan writes: The Pyongyang’s fourth nuclear test and subsequent satellite launch, has created more problems for China. China has always been reluctant to take extreme harsh measures against North Korea, often putting blinkers especially whenever the issue of sanctions was discussed, and that was one of the reasons that the previous sanctions imposed against North Korea had failed to deliver the goods


No Meeting Ground between China and US over North Korea

Dr Roshan Writes: North Korea had conducted its fourth nuclear test on 06 January 2016, and there were reports based on satellite imagery of North Korea’s Tongchang-ri missile test site, that preparations were going on for the launch of a long-range missile


Around 130 Pak nuclear warheads aimed at deterring India: US govt report

Raj Kumar Sharma writes: Being the epicenter of global terrorism, these nukes remain vulnerable and could fall in hands of terrorists. In May 2015, ISIS had claimed that it could buy nuclear weapons from corrupt officials in Pakistan. The US should take notice of these developments and make efforts to cut down Pakistan’s nuclear program.