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North Korea's Nuclear Missiles: Now With Increased Range
April 08, 2016

North Korea's Nuclear Missiles: Now With Increased Range

By John Power
North Korea is able to place a nuclear warhead on a mid-range missile, according to a South Korean official.
History Repeats in South Korea’s Crumbling Opposition
April 05, 2016

History Repeats in South Korea’s Crumbling Opposition

By Elaine Ramirez
At the center of controversy is fallen rebel Ahn Cheol-soo.

Is North Korea Fed up With China?
April 01, 2016

Is North Korea Fed up With China?

By John Power
Take reports about a new WPK document slamming Beijing with a dose of salt -- but frustrations are very real.

Byungjin Put to the Test: Is North Korea About to Face Another Major Famine?
March 30, 2016

Byungjin Put to the Test: Is North Korea About to Face Another Major Famine?

By Ankit Panda
Will famine expose the failure of Kim Jong-un's Byungjin policy?

South Korean Political Parties' Newest Weapon: Music Videos
March 29, 2016

South Korean Political Parties' Newest Weapon: Music Videos

By Elaine Ramirez
The catchy tunes belie intense in-fighting and defections on both sides.
South Korean Firms Abusing Myanmar Workers: Report
March 25, 2016

South Korean Firms Abusing Myanmar Workers: Report

By John Power
South Korean-owned garment manufacturers in Myanmar are widely flouting labor law, a new report alleges.

Can a Right Wing Defector Save Korea's Liberal Opposition?
March 22, 2016

Can a Right Wing Defector Save Korea's Liberal Opposition?

By Elaine Ramirez
For South Korea's liberal camp, a hero rises from the right: Kim Chong-in.
How Korea Is Conquering Myanmar, One Soap Opera at a Time
March 18, 2016

How Korea Is Conquering Myanmar, One Soap Opera at a Time

By Jenna Gibson
The "Korean Wave" comes to Myanmar.

US Student Sentenced to 15 Years Hard Labor in North Korea
March 17, 2016

US Student Sentenced to 15 Years Hard Labor in North Korea

By Catherine Putz
Otto Warmbier was convicted of subversion for stealing a political poster from his hotel.

Russia's North Korea Conundrum
March 17, 2016

Russia's North Korea Conundrum

By 38 North / Georgy Toloraya
The latest sanctions harm Russian economic and strategic interests on the Korean Peninsula.

Could THAAD Encourage Negotiations With North Korea?
March 09, 2016

Could THAAD Encourage Negotiations With North Korea?

By Harry H. Sa
The deployment’s potential contribution to the peace process should not be overlooked.
South Korea's Anti-Terror Law Part of a Worrisome Trend
March 09, 2016

South Korea's Anti-Terror Law Part of a Worrisome Trend

By Geoffrey Fattig
With the passage of a controversial anti-terror law, Korean democracy takes another step backward.

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