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Denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula

Arming to Disarm: North Korea’s Nuclear Paradox
August 29, 2022

Arming to Disarm: North Korea’s Nuclear Paradox

By Soon-ok Shin
Even as its nuclear capacity continues to advance, Pyongyang will keep its anti-nuclear doctrine in place – despite the growing contradiction.

At Inauguration, Yoon Suk-yeol Shows Old-School Approach to North Korea
May 10, 2022

At Inauguration, Yoon Suk-yeol Shows Old-School Approach to North Korea

By Mitch Shin
During his inauguration speech, South Korea’s new president floated the possibility of providing economic packages to Pyongyang in return for denuclearization.
Rebooting Talks With North Korea
May 07, 2022

Rebooting Talks With North Korea

By Mark Tokola
With new administrations in Washington, Seoul, and Tokyo, and a lack of alternative ways forward, maybe it is time to consider restarting multilateral talks – starting with the Six-Party format.

Has Moon Jae-in’s North Korea Peace Process Failed?
May 04, 2022

Has Moon Jae-in’s North Korea Peace Process Failed?

By Mitch Shin
Conservatives – including President-elect Yoon – argue that the initiative damaged the South Korea-U.S. alliance. But would South Korea really have been better off without President Moon’s peace process?

The Myth of Might Makes Right: Ukraine, Korea, and the Failure of Great Power Politics
April 28, 2022

The Myth of Might Makes Right: Ukraine, Korea, and the Failure of Great Power Politics

By Andy Hong
The real lesson to draw from Ukraine’s security-for-denuclearization arrangement should be that multilateral agreements are not enough to guarantee follow-through.

With His Term Coming to a Close, Moon Reiterates Importance of Peace Process on Korean Peninsula
February 10, 2022

With His Term Coming to a Close, Moon Reiterates Importance of Peace Process on Korean Peninsula

By Mitch Shin
In an interview with news agencies of OANA, South Korean President Moon Jae-in expressed his hope for the U.S. and North Korea to renew talks.

European States on UN Security Council Issue Statement on North Korean Missile Tests
October 09, 2019

European States on UN Security Council Issue Statement on North Korean Missile Tests

By Ankit Panda
The statement followed North Korea’s launch of the Pukguksong-3 submarine-launched ballistic missile.
What Can the EU Contribute to Peace on the Korean Peninsula?
July 22, 2019

What Can the EU Contribute to Peace on the Korean Peninsula?

By Ankit Panda
Tereza Novotna discusses the European Union’s policies toward North Korea.

Could a ‘Big Freeze’ Be Trump’s Path to a Nobel Prize?
July 11, 2019

Could a ‘Big Freeze’ Be Trump’s Path to a Nobel Prize?

By Graham Allison
A freeze was never envisioned as the end of talks with North Korea. It may be the beginning of denuclearization.

Can South Korea Remain Relevant to Denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula?
June 21, 2019

Can South Korea Remain Relevant to Denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula?

By Tae-jun Kang
Xi's trip to North Korea raises concerns that China will take a larger role in negotiations, and sideline Seoul in the process.

What the Hanoi Summit Tells Us About North Korea’s Nuclear Intentions
March 06, 2019

What the Hanoi Summit Tells Us About North Korea’s Nuclear Intentions

By Christopher J. Watterson
Overall it would be unwise to interpret North Korea’s overtures at Hanoi as demonstrating a sincere commitment to denuclearization.
North Korea: No Closer to Denuclearization
January 01, 2019

North Korea: No Closer to Denuclearization

By Ankit Panda
A year of historic diplomacy reduced tensions on the Korean Peninsula, but denuclearization remains a distant dream.

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