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North Korea’s Rhetoric Hides Its True Intentions
October 09, 2015

North Korea’s Rhetoric Hides Its True Intentions

By Jack Hands
Pyongyang’s bellicose language is very carefully calculated.
The Repercussions of South Korea’s Pro-Nuclear Energy Policy
October 08, 2015

The Repercussions of South Korea’s Pro-Nuclear Energy Policy

By Se Young Jang
A long-term policy is running into increasing domestic opposition.

Interview: Behind North Korea’s Use of 'Slave Labor'
October 08, 2015

Interview: Behind North Korea’s Use of 'Slave Labor'

By Michael Larkin
Greg Scarlatoiu on North Korea's use of forced labor to sustain the regime.

Satellites, Warheads, and Rockets: Is North Korea’s Space Program Really About Missile Development?
October 06, 2015

Satellites, Warheads, and Rockets: Is North Korea’s Space Program Really About Missile Development?

By 38 North / John Schilling
Observers tend to assume North Korea's satellite launch vehicles are ICBMs in disguise. The truth is more complicated.

When Will North Korea's Next Satellite Launch Be?
October 06, 2015

When Will North Korea's Next Satellite Launch Be?

By John Power
A launch on October 10 looks unlikely, but we may not have to wait much longer.
South Korea's Opposition Gained Ground in September
October 03, 2015

South Korea's Opposition Gained Ground in September

By Steven Denney
Despite intra-party feuds, both the NPAD and its leader, Moon Jae-in, received a popularity boost last month.

The Political Prestige of North Korea’s Agricultural Reforms
October 02, 2015

The Political Prestige of North Korea’s Agricultural Reforms

By Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein
Pyongyang seems to have turned its economic reforms into a prestige project -- and that's bad news for real progress.
Is South Korea's Liberal Opposition Party About to Split?
October 02, 2015

Is South Korea's Liberal Opposition Party About to Split?

By Steven Denney
Rumors of a new party forming in the NPAD's traditional stronghold continue to swirl.

Citing Iran, South Korea’s President Urges UN to Focus on North Korea
September 29, 2015

Citing Iran, South Korea’s President Urges UN to Focus on North Korea

By Catherine Putz
The division of the Korean peninsula, Park said, is the “the last remaining vestige of the Cold War."

Infamous Murder Case Shines Light on Korean Justice
September 25, 2015

Infamous Murder Case Shines Light on Korean Justice

By John Power
A 1997 murder case be will brought to trial (again) in South Korea's unique justice system.

Is South Korea Now 'Hell Chosun'?
September 25, 2015

Is South Korea Now 'Hell Chosun'?

By Steven Denney
The idea of Korea as "Hell Chosun" captures a creeping sense of futility among young South Koreans.
How Many Nukes Does North Korea Have?
September 18, 2015

How Many Nukes Does North Korea Have?

By John Power
Pyongyang confirmed that its nuclear facility is back online, but there's still a lot we don't know about the program.

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