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Time to Reopen the Kaesong Industrial Complex? A Conversation With Jin-hyang Kim
February 27, 2020

Time to Reopen the Kaesong Industrial Complex? A Conversation With Jin-hyang Kim

By Grant Wyeth
Jin-hyang Kim speaks on the enduring importance of the Kaesong Industrial Complex.

Some North Koreans Return to Inter-Korean Liaison Office After Abrupt Withdrawal
March 26, 2019

Some North Koreans Return to Inter-Korean Liaison Office After Abrupt Withdrawal

By Kim Tong-hyung
The partial re-staffing has South Korea hoping that the office – and inter-Korean reconciliation writ large – can continue.
How to Handle Sanctions Relief With North Korea
February 25, 2019

How to Handle Sanctions Relief With North Korea

By Troy Stangarone
When Donald Trump meets Kim Jong Un in Vietnam should he give North Korea what it wants – sanctions relief?

Don't Forget About the Panmunjom Declaration
May 30, 2018

Don't Forget About the Panmunjom Declaration

By Patrick Monaghan
With the risk of inter-Korean conflict now close to zero, time to think about what phased integration will look like.

North Korea's Olive Branch, South Korea's Dilemma
January 05, 2018

North Korea's Olive Branch, South Korea's Dilemma

By Clint Work
How can the Moon administration respond to Kim Jong-un's outreach without alienating the United States?

Does Moon Jae-in’s Victory Herald a New Dawn for the Sunshine Policy?
May 10, 2017

Does Moon Jae-in’s Victory Herald a New Dawn for the Sunshine Policy?

By Troy Stangarone
The geopolitical context doesn't favor a direct return to the Sunshine Policy of 1998-2008.

When 'Sunshine' Ruled on the Korean Peninsula
July 11, 2016

When 'Sunshine' Ruled on the Korean Peninsula

By Felix Abt
Remembering a period of unprecedented cooperation between the two Koreas, despite being technically still at war.
Sanctions: Still the Best Option for Containing North Korea's Nuclear Ambitions
April 30, 2016

Sanctions: Still the Best Option for Containing North Korea's Nuclear Ambitions

By Kim Tae-woo
If the world can remain strong and consistent about sanctions, North Korea might actually come to the table.

North Korea: Will the New Sanctions Work?
March 06, 2016

North Korea: Will the New Sanctions Work?

By Scott A. Snyder
On paper, they represent a significant increase in pressure on Pyongyang.

North Korea Hawks Gain the Upper Hand
February 23, 2016

North Korea Hawks Gain the Upper Hand

By John Power
In the wake of North Korea's nuclear test and rocket launch, hawks have the advantage in both Seoul and Washington.

Closing Kaesong: South Korea Withdraws from Joint Industrial Park
February 11, 2016

Closing Kaesong: South Korea Withdraws from Joint Industrial Park

By Catherine Putz
The decision comes in response to Pyongyang's recent nuclear test and satellite launch.
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