South Korea Should be Taking Notes on Ukraine
By Emily Schroen
A potential humanitarian crisis looms across the country's northern border. It needs to be prepared.
North Korea and US Complacency: Why We Can’t Get Off the Escalation Merry-Go-Round
By Andy Hong
Even as Pyongyang’s missile tests reach record highs, a new survey shows that fewer Americans are worried about North Korea.
3 Lessons from the Russia-Ukraine War for the South Korea-US Alliance
By Jihoon Yu and Erik French
The ongoing conflict in Ukraine offers several vital lessons for South Korea-U.S. alliance in its efforts to deter North Korea.
Northeast Asian Security Will Require North Korea’s Regional Reintegration
By Toby Dalton and Ankit Panda
South Korean, U.S., and regional security would be improved through risk reduction measures – such as reconnecting North Korea to regional security processes.
How Will the Ukraine War Affect the Korean Peninsula?
By Mitch Shin
In the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the arms race on the Korean Peninsula will likely linger as the two Koreas continue to build up advanced weapons for self-defense.
China's North Korea Debate: Redrawing the Red Line
By Anny Boc
What a public feud between two academics tells us about Beijing's approach to North Korea.
Australia’s Role in a New Korean War
By Rowan Allport
What role would Australia's military play if a Second Korean War broke out?
North Korean Hackers May Have Seen Secret US-South Korea War Plans
By Ankit Panda
North Korean hackers may have glimpsed OPLAN 5027.