North Korea on Wednesday announced it's suspending its nuclear activities and missile tests in a breakthrough in negotiations with Washington. Lisa Mullins speaks with Stephen Bosworth, the former US special representative for North Korea Policy.
To figure out just how all the talk of red lines and possible military strikes are viewed inside Iran, we turned to Karim Sadjadpour of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and Nazila Fathi, a fellow at Harvard's Belfer Center.
It's hard to take the dramatic threats from Pyongyang seriously, even if they do present a challenge for the US government. David Straub is an associate director of North Korean Studies at Stanford University.
A new United Nations report says there is solid proof that chemical weapons were used in an attack last month outside of the Syrian capital, Damascus. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon stopped short of assigning blame. But he said, "this is a war crime."
North Korea today ordered international nuclear inspectors out of the country. This after the North Korean government vowed to pull out of nuclear talks with the US and others. The World's Matthew Bell reports.
India has launched its first nuclear submarine. And the US is close to a deal that would allow India to re-process spent US nuclear fuel. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Henry Sokolski, of the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center.