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Is North Korea Exerting 'Asymmetric Leverage' Over China?
December 03, 2018

Is North Korea Exerting 'Asymmetric Leverage' Over China?

By Corey Bell
What if Pyongyang is using nuclearization as a means to alter the terms of its relationship with China?

Why Was Kim Jong-un's Older Half-Brother Reportedly Assassinated?
February 15, 2017

Why Was Kim Jong-un's Older Half-Brother Reportedly Assassinated?

By Ankit Panda
Kim Jong-il's oldest son was assassinated, allegedly by North Korean agents, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Kim Jong-un’s Sister to Visit South Korea?
December 04, 2014

Kim Jong-un’s Sister to Visit South Korea?

By Tae-jun Kang
A suggestion that Kim Yo-jong could be on her way sparks a surge in stock prices of related companies.

Choe Ryong-hae Is North Korea’s Number 2… Again
November 15, 2014

Choe Ryong-hae Is North Korea’s Number 2… Again

By Zachary Keck
With his upcoming trip to Russia, Choe Ryong-hae appears to have regained his position as North Korea's number two.

Why North Korean Analysis Is Changing
November 12, 2014

Why North Korean Analysis Is Changing

By Steven Denney
Part two of a two-part series that looks at the new era in North Korean studies.

Report: Kim Jong-un Executes Another Powerful Aide
October 31, 2014

Report: Kim Jong-un Executes Another Powerful Aide

By Tae-jun Kang
Kim Kyong Ok of North Korea’s powerful Organization and Guidance Department has reportedly been executed.

North Korea Lashes Out as International Criminal Court Threat Looms
October 22, 2014

North Korea Lashes Out as International Criminal Court Threat Looms

By Ankit Panda
A North Korean diplomat strongly rejected accusations that human rights violations are taking place in North Korea.
Kim Jong-un Is Out Sick
September 27, 2014

Kim Jong-un Is Out Sick

By Ankit Panda
A recent North Korea TV documentary suggests that Kim Jong-un is in poor health.

Kim Jong-un’s North Korea
September 12, 2014

Kim Jong-un’s North Korea

By Daniel Mendez
Life under the youthful leader has been marked by only modest change.

Can Beijing and Seoul Become Strategic Partners?
July 06, 2014

Can Beijing and Seoul Become Strategic Partners?

By Scott A. Snyder
China and South Korea appear to be moving closer together. How far will this go?

North Korea Slams Xi Jinping and the Chinese Dream
June 17, 2014

North Korea Slams Xi Jinping and the Chinese Dream

By Zachary Keck
Reports suggest that North Korea continues to distance itself from China under Xi Jinping.
Another Purge in North Korea?
May 03, 2014

Another Purge in North Korea?

By Zachary Keck
A new appointment suggests that Kim Jong-Un may have purged the DPRK’s number two… again.

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