North Korea has fired an apparent intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) toward its East Sea, according to South Korean and Japanese officials, with Tokyo stating the projectile landed in waters within its exclusive economic zone.
US and UK military forces have held a joint exercise to practice interoperability and test their latest gadgets and combat techniques on terrain similar...
Sweden will not permit NATO to position nuclear weapons on its soil, Foreign Minister Tobias Billstrom told local news outlet TT on Friday, clarifying comments made earlier this month by the country’s defense minister.
US Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley has said the Pentagon will support Taiwan’s military with both weapons and training, warning against a Chinese attack on the island while accusing Beijing of seeking “global military superiority.”
US approved $400 million weapons sale to Ukraine that includes air defense systems and surface-to-air missiles as part of a security assistance package, the Pentagon announced on Thursday.
South Korea denies arms sale to Ukraine on Friday and rejected a report that it would sell artillery shells for use by Ukrainian forces, claiming the munitions -- if the ongoing deal negotiation is finalised -- will be for US forces only.
The administration of US President Joe Biden has rebuffed Kiev’s requests to provide it with state-of-the-art drones over concerns that doing so could escalate the Ukraine conflict, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing sources.
Russian and USA nuclear inspection experts meeting is on the cards to discuss the possible resumption of inspections under New START.
South Korean military retrieved North Korean missile debris from a missile the North fired across the two countries' de facto maritime border during a recent blitz of launches.
A senior North Korean defense official said on Tuesday that Pyongyang is not supplying Russia with any weapons and does not intend to do so in future. The statement came after Washington last week accused North Korea of covertly shipping artillery shells to Russia to support its campaign against Ukraine.
North Korea's record year of missile launches has shown its willingness to pour resources into producing and deploying more weapons than ever - and sanctions have done little to hinder their development, analysts say.
A North Korean ballistic missile landed less than 60 kilometres off South Korea's coast on Wednesday, the first time an apparent test had landed near the South's waters, and South Korea responded with missile launches of its own.