With New Law on Nuclear Forces Policy, North Korea Says Its Nuclear Status Is ‘Irreversible’
By Mitch Shin
A day before the 74th anniversary of the country’s founding, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un vowed to keep strengthening his nuclear power.
A Revival of North Korean Communism?
By ISOZAKI Atsuhito
The rhetoric is there. But what does it mean?
Peace in Korea Can Happen Without Denuclearization
By Daniel R. DePetris
Pyongyang is going to remain a nuclear weapons state for the foreseeable future. U.S. policymakers must learn to live with this reality.
With North Korea, Peace Can Precede Denuclearization
By Daniel DePetris
Washington should realize peace is possible with a nuclear North Korea.
Course Correction: A Way Forward for North Korea Denuclearization
By Sangpil Jin
By pursuing a dual-track approach faithfully we can brighten prospects of denuclearization and peace on the Korean Peninsula.
Why Vietnam Should Host the Second Trump-Kim Summit
By Viet Phuong Nguyen
Hanoi has been floated as a possible location for the second Trump-Kim summit.
What to Look For in the Pyongyang Inter-Korean Summit
By Charles Knight
Denuclearization is a long-term project. In light of that reality, what should we expect from the upcoming summit?
A Declaration to End the Korean War Matters: 3 Steps to Moving Forward
By Kyung Suk Lee and Joshua Nezam
Seoul and Washington don't see the end-of-war declaration the same way. That has implications for diplomacy with North Korea.
How to Reorient US North Korea Policy
By Denny Roy
If there was ever a real chance for the near-term denuclearization of North Korea, its momentum has halted.
Where Pessimism Is Realism: The Korean Peninsula
By Daniel DePetris
When it comes to denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, pessimism is realism.
The Denuclearization of North Korea: Moving Past Cosmetics and Showmanship
By Abby Bard
Trump is letting America down by focusing on looking good rather than doing what is actually good.