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Time to Pursue Arms Control With North Korea

Time to Pursue Arms Control With North Korea

By Manseok Lee
While it has risks, implementing an arms control process would be the most promising way to guard against conflict on the Korean Peninsula.
Can the Biden Administration Tempt North Korea Back to the Table?  

Can the Biden Administration Tempt North Korea Back to the Table?  

By Mitch Shin
Even though Washington has reached out to Pyongyang with detailed messages through multiple channels, North Korea has not responded.  

More Americans Are Unsure of Biden’s North Korea Policy Than Under Trump

More Americans Are Unsure of Biden’s North Korea Policy Than Under Trump

By Juni Kim
Love it or hate it, most Americans knew what the Trump administration was doing on North Korea – and what they thought of it.

What Do North Korea’s Latest Missile Launches Mean?

What Do North Korea’s Latest Missile Launches Mean?

By Mitch Shin
Sometimes a missile test is just a missile test, without any grand diplomatic messaging.

In Signal to the US, North Korea Tests New Long-Range Cruise Missiles

In Signal to the US, North Korea Tests New Long-Range Cruise Missiles

By Mitch Shin
North Korea test-launched newly developed long-range cruise missiles over the weekend, just after an unusual military parade.  
Deterrence vs. Engagement: Striking the Right Balance in North Korea Policy

Deterrence vs. Engagement: Striking the Right Balance in North Korea Policy

By Yangmo Ku
The optimal solution to North Korea’s nuclear and missile challenges will require a middle ground between stronger deterrence and maximal engagement.

The Case for a New North Korean Nuclear Deal

The Case for a New North Korean Nuclear Deal

By Iordanka Alexandrova
Mutual distrust has doomed past efforts to settle a deal between the U.S. and North Korea. 
Kim Joon-hyung on How Seoul Can Lead Denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula 

Kim Joon-hyung on How Seoul Can Lead Denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula 

By Mitch Shin
The Diplomat’s Mitch Shin interviews Dr. Kim Joon-hyung, chancellor of Korea National Diplomatic Academy, on the Korean peace process.

Moon Jae-in’s Stalled Odyssey to Peace in Korea

Moon Jae-in’s Stalled Odyssey to Peace in Korea

By Chung-in Moon
President Moon’s Korea Peace Initiative has faced mixed results and daunting challenges, but there are no better options.

What the Next South Korean President Can Learn From Moon’s Diplomatic Challenge

What the Next South Korean President Can Learn From Moon’s Diplomatic Challenge

By Jong Eun Lee
Every president will face the exact same difficulty: To advance North Korea policy, Seoul needs to have all the main players on its side.

Moon’s Last Chance on North Korea

Moon’s Last Chance on North Korea

By Mitch Shin
In his final months in office, South Korean President Moon Jae-in has few options for pursuing better relations with the North.
How Will Pyongyang Respond to the South Korea-US Summit?

How Will Pyongyang Respond to the South Korea-US Summit?

By Manseok Lee and Hyeongpil Ham
The ball is now in Pyongyang's court. Will it take up the offer of dialogue?

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