The Taiwan Strait After a Second Korean War
By Eric Chan and Peter Loftus
The end of the Kim regime would spell trouble for the Taiwan Strait.
The Long History of Predicting North Korea's Collapse
By John Power
Outside analysts frequently opine that the end is nigh for the Kim regime. They've always been wrong.
What Happens If North Korea Collapses?
By Phil W. Reynolds
If Kim Jong-un's regime collapses, how will China, the U.S., and South Korea react?
Why China Needs to Act on North Korea
By Kerry Brown
The U.S. and China need to act to solve the North Korea problem -- before it's too late.
The Perils of Korean Unification
By 38 North / Jennifer Lind
Any discussion of a united Korea’s economic future must consider the potential for a perilous and drawn-out transition.
Obama Comes Out as a North Korea Collapsist
By 38 North / Aidan Foster-Carter
In a recent interview, Obama suggests North Korea's regime will inevitably collapse. He couldn't be more wrong.
Why North Korea Will Stick Around For a While
By Jimin Hahm
As sanctions prove ineffective, information is the key to penetrating the Hermit Kingdom.
Does China Have a Contingency Plan for North Korea?
By Shannon Tiezzi
A leaked document purports to contain China's plan in the event of regime collapse in North Korea.
Preparing for a North Korean Collapse
How the international community might fulfill its responsibility to prepare for the unthinkable.