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Moving North Korea Beyond Deadlock at the UN 

Moving North Korea Beyond Deadlock at the UN 

By John Sifton
With the Security Council at an impasse, the General Assembly should take actions to address the country's escalating human rights and humanitarian crisis.

North Korea’s Kim Hails Russia Ties as Putin Reportedly Plans a Visit

North Korea’s Kim Hails Russia Ties as Putin Reportedly Plans a Visit

By Hyung-jin Kim
Kim Jong Un sent Vladimir Putin a message congratulating Russia on its National Day amid reports that the Russian president could visit Pyongyang as soon as next week.
South Korean Troops Fired Warning Shots After North Korean Soldiers Briefly Crossed Land Border

South Korean Troops Fired Warning Shots After North Korean Soldiers Briefly Crossed Land Border

By Hyung-jin Kim
The rivals are embroiled in Cold War-style campaigns involving balloon launches and propaganda broadcasts along the DMZ.

South Korea Fully Suspends Military Deal With North Korea After Tensions Over Trash Balloons

South Korea Fully Suspends Military Deal With North Korea After Tensions Over Trash Balloons

By Hyung-jin Kim
South Korean officials said the suspension of the 2018 deal would allow it to stage frontline military drills but didn’t publicly elaborate on other steps.

North Korea Flies Trash Balloons Over the South as Kim Jong Un Doubles Down on Satellite Ambitions

North Korea Flies Trash Balloons Over the South as Kim Jong Un Doubles Down on Satellite Ambitions

By Kim Tong-hyung
The balloons, laden with trash and manure, were characterized by North Korean officials as a response to South Korean leafleting campaigns. 

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

The Challenges of a North Korea Breakthrough

The Challenges of a North Korea Breakthrough

By ISOZAKI Atsuhito
Reaching an agreement with Pyongyang is hard enough; implementing it would be even tougher.

Fox in the Henhouse: The Growing Harms of North Korea’s Remote IT Workforce

Fox in the Henhouse: The Growing Harms of North Korea’s Remote IT Workforce

By Glenn Chafetz
Pyongyang has infiltrated its IT workers into contractors and subcontractors serving the United States’ largest and most profitable companies.
China and Russia Disagree on North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons

China and Russia Disagree on North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons

By Wooyeal Paik
Beijing and Moscow have different perspectives on – and different appetites for – Pyongyang’s nuclear program.

After Zhao Leji’s Visit, What’s Next for China-North Korea Relations?

After Zhao Leji’s Visit, What’s Next for China-North Korea Relations?

By Lee Sang-yong
Recently, North Korea’s relations with Russia have seemingly outpaced ties with China. But Pyongyang has more to gain from China than from Russia.

North Korea Sends Workers to Russia-Occupied Territory in Eastern Ukraine

North Korea Sends Workers to Russia-Occupied Territory in Eastern Ukraine

By Seulkee Jang
Pyongyang made the decision after concluding that Russia had gained the upper hand in its war with Ukraine.

Japan and North Korea Need to Start a New Chapter

Japan and North Korea Need to Start a New Chapter

By ISOZAKI Atsuhito
Can the leaders of the two countries part ways with their respective predecessors?
It Is High Time to Engage North Korea

It Is High Time to Engage North Korea

By Jongsoo Lee
The alternative is to do nothing and drift into an even more serious crisis as North Korea further builds up its nuclear and missile capabilities.

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