US National security advisor John Bolton says Donald Trump would be 'disappointed' by a North Korea test
John Bolton appeared notably cautious when asked on ABC's "This Week" about a report that satellite imagery appears to show preparations at a North Korean site for the possible launch of a missile.
After returning to Washington, the US president tweeted Friday that his relations with Kim were 'very good'.
The NSAB's principal objective is to undertake long-term analysis and provide perspectives on issues of national security.
A 1976-batch Indian Police Service officer (retired) of the Kerala cadre, was in August this year given an extension as the government's representative for the ongoing talks with Naga insurgents.
John Bolton, the former US ambassador to the UN named by President Donald Trump to serve as his new National Security Advisor, does not mince words.
The statements from National Security Advisor HR McMaster and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson came after The Washington Post reported that Trump had revealed classified information to the Russians.
The US NSA landed in New Delhi from his talks in Pakistani prime minister Nawaz Sharif and some top officials, where strained relations between India and Pakistan were came up for discussion.