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Reading Moon Jae-in’s Memoirs

Reading Moon Jae-in’s Memoirs

By ISOZAKI Atsuhito
The former South Korean presidents offers some insights into relations with North Korea.

North Koreans Are Seen Wearing Kim Jong Un Pins for the First Time

North Koreans Are Seen Wearing Kim Jong Un Pins for the First Time

By Hyung-jin Kim
It’s another sign the North is boosting his personality cult to the level bestowed on his late dictator father and grandfather.
What South Korea Needs Post-Russia-North Korea Mutual Defense Treaty

What South Korea Needs Post-Russia-North Korea Mutual Defense Treaty

By Jong Min Lee
In forging deeper strategic ties with Pyongyang, Russia has inadvertently tarnished one of the key touchstones of Moscow’s relations with Seoul.

Time to Bring Kim Jong Un Before the International Criminal Court

Time to Bring Kim Jong Un Before the International Criminal Court

By Lee Min-yong
Given Pyongyang’s military assistance to Russia, Ukraine now has standing to pursue an ICC case against the North Korean leader.

In Bid to Be Major Global Player, North Korea Signs New Treaty With Russia

In Bid to Be Major Global Player, North Korea Signs New Treaty With Russia

By Shannon Tiezzi
Pyongyang wants to elevate its clout on the world stage through deepened ties with Moscow, but China continues to keep North Korea at arms length. 

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

Putin’s Visit Symbolizes North Korea’s Changing Foreign Policy

Putin’s Visit Symbolizes North Korea’s Changing Foreign Policy

By Benjamin Young and Yong Suk Lee
The Russian president’s trip to Pyongyang is a sign of substantial shifts in North Korean ideology and diplomacy. Meanwhile, the U.S. playbook on North Korea has not changed in decades.

Before Summit With North Korea’s Kim, Putin Vows They’ll Beat Sanctions Together

Before Summit With North Korea’s Kim, Putin Vows They’ll Beat Sanctions Together

By Kim Tong-hyung
Putin is making his first trip to North Korea in 24 years.
North Korea’s Kim Hails Russia Ties as Putin Reportedly Plans a Visit

North Korea’s Kim Hails Russia Ties as Putin Reportedly Plans a Visit

By Hyung-jin Kim
Kim Jong Un sent Vladimir Putin a message congratulating Russia on its National Day amid reports that the Russian president could visit Pyongyang as soon as next week.

How Likely Is a Japan-North Korea Summit?

How Likely Is a Japan-North Korea Summit?

By Cao Nguyen Khanh Huyen
Unless Japan can truly offer progress on Pyongyang’s vital concerns, a bilateral summit is unlikely to materialize.

North Korea Says Japan’s Prime Minister Offered to Meet With Leader Kim Jong Un Soon

North Korea Says Japan’s Prime Minister Offered to Meet With Leader Kim Jong Un Soon

By Hyung-jin Kim and Kim Tong-hyung
Japan acknowledged it has been trying to arrange a bilateral summit but dismissed North Korea’s preconditions for such a meeting as unacceptable.

What’s Driving North Korea’s Frantic Military Development?

What’s Driving North Korea’s Frantic Military Development?

By Jung Jae-wook
Kim Jong Un is attempting to circumvent discontent at home with a strong show of military prowess. It's a dangerous game.
Moon Chung-in on Escalating Inter-Korea Tensions and What Lies Ahead

Moon Chung-in on Escalating Inter-Korea Tensions and What Lies Ahead

By Kenji Yoshida
The former special adviser to the South Korean president believes recent moves by Kim Jong Un represent a “brave new world.”

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