Kim Yeon-chul said economic leverage should be used to encourage denuclearization progress.
The defense committee chief of one chamber of Russia's parliament said that Tu-22M3s were sent to Crimea, while another denied it.
Russia's arms control policy director said it was a "thankless task" to figure out what President Donald Trump wanted to discuss, but it seemed that the U.S. "does not really talk about anything."
Sources told Newsweek that the U.S. Army attempted to keep the incident quiet since the soldiers' arrest last November.
"The main goal of this work is to ensure the military security of this country without increasing the current budget expenditures or joining an arms race," Russia's defense minister said.
President Donald Trump's space force could "increase the likelihood of conflict" in outer space, warned Laura Grego, a senior scientist with the Union of Concerned Scientists.
Targeting monkeys and squirrels allowed the first humans in Sri Lanka to colonize the rainforest environment.
The men, armed with automatic rifles and drones, refused to say what their mission was.
Iran successfully tested the Hoveizeh cruise missile and have mounted precision warheads to the Khorramshahr 2 ballistic missile.
Russia's deputy foreign minister said that "there are less and less people in Washington now who are ready to consider arms control as an effective way of ensuring their own security."
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The interrogation of a former ISIS worker has shed light on the militant group's chemical weapons ambitions.
Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met Friday with Kim Yong Chol, vice chairman for the central committee of the ruling Korean Workers' Party.
The U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency has been warned Beijing's modernized forces "will enable China to impose its will."
"The development of the shield must closely follow the development of spears," award-winning Chinese defense engineer Qian Qihu said.
The U.S.-built BGM-71 TOW saw more action in Syria than any other anti-tank guided missile. Now these weapons could be turned on their country of origin.
The congresswoman-elect made the comments in an Instagram video.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the successful Avangard hypersonic glide vehicle test "is a wonderful, great gift to the country for the New Year!"