China, North Korea Hold Second Summit
By Shannon Tiezzi
Amid a flurry of Korea-centered diplomacy, Xi and Kim make sure they are still on the same page.
German President: Unity Key to Handling North Korea Crisis
By Daniel Hurst
Advice from a key figure in the Iran deal is in keeping with the Japanese government's approach.
Russia's Relationship With North Korea: It's Complicated
By Anthony V. Rinna
Contrary to popular belief, Russia's approach to the Korea crisis is not entirely motivated by bad blood with the U.S.
What Experts Think of the Inter-Korea Talks
By Clint Work
Four long-time Korea watchers discuss what led to talks between North and South Korea, and what comes next.
An Olympic Thaw for North and South Korea?
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Andrea Berger.
Japan Unimpressed by Inter-Korean Talks
By Thisanka Siripala
Despite signs of a thaw in inter-Korea relations, Japan's Abe continues to stress the need for national defense.
Asia's Place at the 2017 Halifax Security Forum
By Dawisson Belém Lopes
The annual event is devoting more and more focus to Asian issues.
In Call With Trump, Xi Restates Korean Denuclearization China's ‘Unswerving Goal’
By Charlotte Gao
The presidents of China and US had a phone call about North Korea’s latest missile launch
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?
The View From Seoul: Trump’s Visit and the 'Illusion of Achievement'
By Clint Work
Beneath the positive headlines, Trump's visit reinforced South Korea's U.S. dilemma.
On Asia: An Interview With UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres
By Maurits Elen
Unity in the UN Security Council is key to solving Korean crisis, says Guterres ahead of ASEAN Summit.
War of the Dragons: Why North Korea Does Not Trust China
By Franz-Stefan Gady
The legacy of the Sino-Vietnamese War continues to cast a shadow on China-North Korea relations.