After North Korea tested a missile capable of hitting parts of the United States, tensions are high. DW's North America correspondent Alexandra von Nahmen went to Hawaii to see how people are preparing for a possible attack.
Families of Japanese held captive for decades in North Korea have little hope that dialogue between Seoul, Washington and Pyongyang will result in their loved ones being released. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
A spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin has dismissed Donald Trump's "Twitter diplomacy." The White House insists that "all options are on the table" when it comes to Syria.
North Korea has remained unusually silent as US and South Korea military drills kick off. Does the Kim regime's softer tone indicate it is ready to enter negotiations over its weapons program? Julian Ryall reports.
The 1962 Cuban missile crisis brought the world as close as it has ever been to a global nuclear war. Is the Syrian dispute between the US and Russia in any way comparable to the most dangerous episode of the Cold War?
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