Lee Myung-bak: North Korea Sought Inter-Korea Summit Meeting 5 Times
By Tae-jun Kang
Maritime Tensions Reveal Troubling Status Quo in Inter-Korean Relations
By Yong Kwon
Prudence and Proportionality on the Korean Peninsula
By Ankit Panda
The New (and Dangerous) Normal in Korea
By Zachary Keck
North Korea’s Top 5 Threats of 2013
By Dominic Meoli
Is North Korea’s Navy Finally Falling Apart?
Two accidents in rapid succession suggest all is not well, but the country still has some significant assets.
Anti-Access on the Korean Peninsula
North Korea confronts probably the hardest anti-access challenge of any coastal defender.
South Korea: Asia's Other Rising Naval Power
The attention given to China and Japan’s navies overlooks the emergence of a new maritime power.
Ignoring North Korea
The failure of North Korea’s rocket launch might tempt some to ignore the threat it poses. That’s a mistake.
Can North Korea be Trusted?
The North Korea deal suggests a gradual shift in policy. But history suggests caution is warranted.
The Leap Day Deal’s Mixed Bag
The deal reached this week between the U.S. and North Korea is a step forward. But North Korea is well aware of the power of its deterrent.
Can North Korea Have Soft Landing?
The death of Kim Jong-il has increased the chances of a violent collapse of North Korea. Nuclear and chemical weapons, mistrust and an uncertain succession are a toxic mix.