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US State Department Announces Travel Restrictions for North Korea
July 22, 2017
US State Department Announces Travel Restrictions for North Korea
U.S. passports can no longer be used to travel to North Korea without special permission.
US State Department Announces Travel Restrictions for North Korea
How North Korea Evades Sanctions in Southeast Asia: The Malaysia Case
July 20, 2017
How North Korea Evades Sanctions in Southeast Asia: The Malaysia Case
Two companies with links to Pyongyang and Malaysia reveal how North Korea can skirt international restrictions.
How North Korea Evades Sanctions in Southeast Asia: The Malaysia Case
India's U-Turn on North Korea Policy
July 19, 2017
India's U-Turn on North Korea Policy
India's new moves to isolate North Korea will reverberate across East Asia.
India's U-Turn on North Korea Policy
Will President Moon Repeat His Predecessors' Mistakes?
July 15, 2017
Will President Moon Repeat His Predecessors' Mistakes?
Moon, like other South Korean presidents, seems to have little use for his party post-election.
Will President Moon Repeat His Predecessors' Mistakes?
Russia's Korea Strategy
July 15, 2017
Russia's Korea Strategy
Moscow's relationships with China, the U.S., and the two Koreas shape Russian policy aims.
Russia's Korea Strategy
President Moon's North Korea Strategy
July 13, 2017
President Moon's North Korea Strategy
South Korea's new leader unveiled his strategy in an important speech in Berlin.
President Moon's North Korea Strategy
The South Korea-US Alliance: Responding to North Korea’s ICBM Test
July 07, 2017
The South Korea-US Alliance: Responding to North Korea’s ICBM Test
Until the U.S. and South Korea can agree on what North Korea’s goals are, a coordinated response will be impossible.
The South Korea-US Alliance: Responding to North Korea’s ICBM Test
North Korea’s ICBM Test, Byungjin, and the Economic Logic
July 05, 2017
North Korea’s ICBM Test, Byungjin, and the Economic Logic
North Korean leaders are gambling that increased sanctions will do little to harm a slowly growing economy.
North Korea’s ICBM Test, Byungjin, and the Economic Logic
What Otto Warmbier's Death Means for Policymakers
June 28, 2017
What Otto Warmbier's Death Means for Policymakers
The tragedy will further shrink space for engagement with North Korea.
What Otto Warmbier's Death Means for Policymakers
Should North and South Korea Co-Host the 2018 Winter Olympics?
June 27, 2017
Should North and South Korea Co-Host the 2018 Winter Olympics?
What to make of South Korea's idea to shift some Olympic events to North Korea's Masikryong ski resort?
Should North and South Korea Co-Host the 2018 Winter Olympics?
The Economic Side of the Trump-Moon Summit
June 27, 2017
The Economic Side of the Trump-Moon Summit
South Korea's president will need to carefully frame economic issues in his discussions with Donald Trump.
The Economic Side of the Trump-Moon Summit
The Turning Point for South Korean Democracy
June 27, 2017
The Turning Point for South Korean Democracy
South Korea's youth were famous for being politically apathetic. Not anymore.
The Turning Point for South Korean Democracy
In South Korea, Being HIV Positive Might Prevent You From Accessing Healthcare
June 22, 2017
In South Korea, Being HIV Positive Might Prevent You From Accessing Healthcare
A new survey finds HIV stigma and discrimination rampant in the Republic of Korea.
In South Korea, Being HIV Positive Might Prevent You From Accessing Healthcare
Otto Warmbier, American Held in North Korea, Dies Shortly After Release
June 20, 2017
Otto Warmbier, American Held in North Korea, Dies Shortly After Release
The Warmbier family attributes his death to his "tortuous mistreatment" by North Korean authorities.
Otto Warmbier, American Held in North Korea, Dies Shortly After Release
THAAD Illuminates Problems in South Korea’s Civil-Military Relations
June 16, 2017
THAAD Illuminates Problems in South Korea’s Civil-Military Relations
The THAAD dilemma reveals a deeper problem in South Korea: military influence over political decisions.
THAAD Illuminates Problems in South Korea’s Civil-Military Relations
North Korea Releases US Citizen Otto Warmbier After 17 Months of Imprisonment
June 14, 2017
North Korea Releases US Citizen Otto Warmbier After 17 Months of Imprisonment
Warmbier, who was released after 17 months, is reportedly in a coma after facing mistreatment in North Korea.
North Korea Releases US Citizen Otto Warmbier After 17 Months of Imprisonment
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