North Korea’s Human Rights Abuses and Weapons of Mass Destruction Are Inextricably Linked
By Jack Rendler
The U.N. Security Council should simultaneously address the nuclear program and the human rights abuses that are inseparable aspects of the Kim Jong Un regime.
Evidence Shows Hamas Militants Likely Used Some North Korean Weapons in Attack on Israel
By Hyung-jin Kim, Kim Tong-hyung and Jon Gambrell
Video and weapons seized suggest that Hamas using Pyongyang's F-7 rocket-propelled grenade, a shoulder-fired weapon that fighters typically use against armored vehicles.
Russian Foreign Minister Visits North Korea After Reported Weapons Transfer
By Associated Press
A trip to Pyongyang by Sergey Lavrov continues the flurry of North Korea-Russia exchanges.
North Korea Orders Establishment of ‘Emergency Trade System’ to Acquire Food
By Jeong Tae Joo
The trade ministry’s order is aimed at circumventing international sanctions and securing safe channels for foreign trade, a source told Daily NK.
How the Travis King Saga Relates to the North Korea-Russia Summit
By Seong-Hyon Lee
There are shifting dynamics in North Korea’s diplomatic strategy, particularly concerning its relationships with the U.S. and Russia.
The Growing China-North Korea-Russia Axis and South Korea’s Response
By Abhishek Sharma
The realignment currently taking place between China, North Korea, and Russia will have serious implications globally, but especially for South Korea.
Lessons From the Korean War for Ukraine
By George Monastiriakos
Russia can’t achieve total victory in Ukraine today for the same reason why the U.S. was unable to defeat the Korean communists decisively in the 1950s: rational and self-imposed restraint.
The Putin-Kim Summit: What’s Driving North Korea and Russia Together?
By Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz
What do the two leaders stand to gain from each other?
North Korea Says It Will Expel Travis King, US Soldier Who Crossed Into the Country in July
By Kim Tong-hyung
North Korea's decision to release King after 71 days appears relatively quick by the country's standards, especially considering the tensions between Washington and Pyongyang.
What the North Korea-Russia Summit Means for the Korean Peninsula
By Kyung-joo Jeon
Kim Jong Un's trip to Russia was generally analyzed for its impact on the Ukraine War, but it will also have lasting implications for Korean Peninsula security dynamics.
The Limits of the North Korea-Russia Security Partnership
By Khang Vu
Just how far can Moscow and Pyongyang's revived “militant unity” go?
3 Takeaways From the North Korea-Russia Summit
By Takahashi Kosuke
Russia-North Korea military ties have grown closer since the start of the Ukraine War.