Course Correction: A Way Forward for North Korea Denuclearization
By Sangpil Jin
By pursuing a dual-track approach faithfully we can brighten prospects of denuclearization and peace on the Korean Peninsula.
Is This the Worst Intelligence Chief in the US Army’s History?
By Franz-Stefan Gady
Charles Willoughby, General Douglas MacArthur’s intelligence chief during the Korean War, bears responsibility for one of the U.S. Army’s biggest military disasters.
U.S. Soldier Identified from Remains Held by North Korea
By Robert Burns
According to the Pentagon, the soldier was captured by Chinese forces in 1950 and died the following year at a Chinese-run camp.
India’s Forgotten Links to the Korean War
By Nabarun Roy
A proposed Korean War memorial in Delhi will recall India’s role, which ranged from high politics to individual stories.
Why China and Russia are Keen for the Korean War to Officially End
By Michael Bosack
It is no secret that both China and Russia would prefer greater control over circumstances involving the Korean Peninsula.
North and South Korea’s New Military Agreement
By Sukjoon Yoon
Despite questions, the agreement should be welcomed – including by the U.S.
What to Look For in the Pyongyang Inter-Korean Summit
By Charles Knight
Denuclearization is a long-term project. In light of that reality, what should we expect from the upcoming summit?
A Declaration to End the Korean War Matters: 3 Steps to Moving Forward
By Kyung Suk Lee and Joshua Nezam
Seoul and Washington don't see the end-of-war declaration the same way. That has implications for diplomacy with North Korea.
The Long Road to the Korean War Armistice
By Adam Yang
Amid talk of a peace treaty, a look back at the arduous negotiation process behind the Korean Armistice Agreement.
China and North Korea: Still ‘Lips and Teeth’
By Yu-Hua Chen
Those who think the relationship has markedly changed never understood it to begin with.
US and North Korea Begin Discussion on Returning Remains of US Soldiers
By Hyunmin Michael Kang
After a missed meeting, North Korean and U.S. representatives met to discuss the return of the remains of U.S. soldiers.
North Korea's Diplomatic No Show Amplifies Post-Singapore Diplomatic Tensions
By Ankit Panda
The no-show is a well-worn North Korean negotiating tactic, but this time, it highlights growing discord in talks.