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Taking a Global Stand Against North Korea’s Hostage Diplomacy
July 11, 2017

Taking a Global Stand Against North Korea’s Hostage Diplomacy

By Lee Min-yong
It's time to address North Korea's detention of foreigners at the UN.
North Korea's Choice for the Next South Korean President
January 20, 2017

North Korea's Choice for the Next South Korean President

By John Power
Anyone but Ban Ki-moon, apparently.

Top North Korean Official Dies in Car Crash
December 31, 2015

Top North Korean Official Dies in Car Crash

By Shannon Tiezzi
The death of Kim Yang-gon will affect Pyongyang's relations with its neighbors, China and South Korea.

The Dark Side of the Korean Family Reunions
October 23, 2015

The Dark Side of the Korean Family Reunions

By John Power
The family reunions are carefully stage managed, with political sensitivities preventing real conversation.

US: North Korea Stands ‘No Chance’ in Defeating South
September 02, 2015

US: North Korea Stands ‘No Chance’ in Defeating South

By Franz-Stefan Gady
In a televised interview U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter restated the obvious when discussing recent tensions.
Assessing North Korea’s 'Ground Game' with China
August 27, 2015

Assessing North Korea’s 'Ground Game' with China

By Adam Cathcart
Has something changed about Chinese-North Korean relations behind the scenes?

South Korea Spins North Korea’s Non-Apology
August 25, 2015

South Korea Spins North Korea’s Non-Apology

By John Power
South Korea says the North apologized for the landmine incident. But did it?
US Will Send B-2 Bombers to Guam in Support of South Korea
August 25, 2015

US Will Send B-2 Bombers to Guam in Support of South Korea

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Is it too soon to tell whether the recent agreement will reduce tensions on the Korean Peninsula?

Confirmed: North and South Korea Reach Agreement to Deescalate Tensions
August 25, 2015

Confirmed: North and South Korea Reach Agreement to Deescalate Tensions

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Seoul and Pyongyang have reached an agreement to deescalate tensions on the Korean Peninsula.

Amid 'Quasi State of War,' North, South Korea Hold First High-Level Talks in a Year
August 23, 2015

Amid 'Quasi State of War,' North, South Korea Hold First High-Level Talks in a Year

By Shannon Tiezzi
North and South Korea are trying to dial down tensions through high-level negotiations.

Time for Tougher Sanctions on North Korea?
May 28, 2015

Time for Tougher Sanctions on North Korea?

By So Yeon Kim
In both South Korea and the United States, there's little patience for North Korea's duplicity and threats.
Call North Korea Anything But This...
March 25, 2015

Call North Korea Anything But This...

By Ankit Panda
The chairman of South Korea's ruling party implied North Korea could be recognized as a nuclear power.

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