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Is South Korea Prepared for Election Disinformation, Deepfakes, and Cyberattacks?

Is South Korea Prepared for Election Disinformation, Deepfakes, and Cyberattacks?

By Chan Mo Ku
The Summit for Democracy in Seoul highlighted the challenges posed by AI, disinformation, and outright hacking. How is South Korea preparing?
Air Koryo Flight Brings North Korean Defense Researchers, Students to Russia

Air Koryo Flight Brings North Korean Defense Researchers, Students to Russia

By Seulkee Jang
North Korea sent researchers from its Missile General Bureau to receive advanced rocket engine technology from Russia, a source told Daily NK.

North Korea Says Japan’s Prime Minister Offered to Meet With Leader Kim Jong Un Soon

North Korea Says Japan’s Prime Minister Offered to Meet With Leader Kim Jong Un Soon

By Hyung-jin Kim and Kim Tong-hyung
Japan acknowledged it has been trying to arrange a bilateral summit but dismissed North Korea’s preconditions for such a meeting as unacceptable.

North Korea Resumes Missile Tests, Raising Tensions With Rivals After Military Drills End

North Korea Resumes Missile Tests, Raising Tensions With Rivals After Military Drills End

By Hyung-jin Kim and Mari Yamaguchi
The launches came after South Korean-U.S. military drills concluded and as U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken was in Seoul for a democracy summit.

Why Did North Korea’s Deputy Foreign Minister Visit Ulaanbaatar?

Why Did North Korea’s Deputy Foreign Minister Visit Ulaanbaatar?

By Sumiya Chuluunbaatar
The first visit to Mongolia by a North Korean official in five years is part of a broader diplomatic gambit from Pyongyang.
Time for a New Approach to the North Korea Problem. How About Canada?

Time for a New Approach to the North Korea Problem. How About Canada?

By Chan Mo Ku
Canada, with its diplomatic experience as an honest broker and history of track two engagement with North Korea, is well-positioned to try its hand at mediation.

North Korean Workers Abroad Can’t Escape the Regime’s Human Rights Abuses

North Korean Workers Abroad Can’t Escape the Regime’s Human Rights Abuses

By Lee Sang Yong
The world must expand its channels of communication with North Koreans working overseas to prevent human rights abuse.
What’s Driving North Korea’s Frantic Military Development?

What’s Driving North Korea’s Frantic Military Development?

By Jung Jae-wook
Kim Jong Un is attempting to circumvent discontent at home with a strong show of military prowess. It's a dangerous game.

North Korea: Kim Jong Un and Kim Yo Jong’s First Messages to Japan

North Korea: Kim Jong Un and Kim Yo Jong’s First Messages to Japan

By ISOZAKI Atsuhito
What does the North Korean leadership have in mind?

Will Myanmar Become the Next North Korea?

Will Myanmar Become the Next North Korea?

By Jong Min Lee
A recent indictment resurrects longstanding concerns about nuclear proliferation in Myanmar, with the complicating factor of an ongoing civil war.

Moon Chung-in on Escalating Inter-Korea Tensions and What Lies Ahead

Moon Chung-in on Escalating Inter-Korea Tensions and What Lies Ahead

By Kenji Yoshida
The former special adviser to the South Korean president believes recent moves by Kim Jong Un represent a “brave new world.”
Will Kim Jong Un Meet With Japan’s Prime Minister Kishida?

Will Kim Jong Un Meet With Japan’s Prime Minister Kishida?

By Mitch Shin
Amid the stalled nuclear talks between the U.S. and North Korea, Japan seeks to hold a summit meeting with North Korea.

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