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What to Know About Doing Business in North Korea
August 25, 2018

What to Know About Doing Business in North Korea

By Tae-jun Kang
A closer look at how foreign companies could enter North Korea -- and whether it's worth the risk.
How South Korea’s ‘New Economic Map’ Could Shift Northeast Asia’s Balance of Power
August 10, 2018

How South Korea’s ‘New Economic Map’ Could Shift Northeast Asia’s Balance of Power

By Patrick M. Cronin and Kristine Lee
The idea is simple, yet potentially transformative: connect South and North Korea to Russia, China, and Europe.

Why It’s Nearly Impossible to Denuclearize North Korea
June 22, 2018

Why It’s Nearly Impossible to Denuclearize North Korea

By Cui Lei
Despite the optimism after the Trump-Kim summit, it's difficult to imagine Pyongyang ever giving up nuclear weapons.

What the US and North Korea Can Learn From Singapore
June 12, 2018

What the US and North Korea Can Learn From Singapore

By Chirag Agarwal
Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un could both learn a few things from this “little red dot” in Southeast Asia.

North Korea Far From Following Vietnam
June 11, 2018

North Korea Far From Following Vietnam

By Anthony Fensom
The chances of North Korea undergoing its own 'Doi Moi' process remain slim.
North Korea's High-Tech Pursuits
June 04, 2018

North Korea's High-Tech Pursuits

By Tae-jun Kang
From bullet train to air purifier: North Korea's ambition for scientific technologies.

What North Korea's 2017 Budget Report Says About Its Economic Health
April 18, 2018

What North Korea's 2017 Budget Report Says About Its Economic Health

By Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein
North Korean data offer a picture of a slowing, but not catastrophic, economy.
North Korea’s Currency Crisis: US and Chinese Leverage
April 18, 2018

North Korea’s Currency Crisis: US and Chinese Leverage

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from William Brown

A Generational Shift in Pyongyang: Is Change Ahead?
April 10, 2018

A Generational Shift in Pyongyang: Is Change Ahead?

By 38 North / Jongsoo Lee
Kim Jong-un may be ready to assert his own unique leadership style.

North Korea is Clearly Not Feeling the Pain
September 06, 2017

North Korea is Clearly Not Feeling the Pain

By Liang Tuang Nah
Real economic pressure remains the only real option to curb Pyongyang's proliferation.

Korean War Threat Fades as China Debt Fears Resurface
August 21, 2017

Korean War Threat Fades as China Debt Fears Resurface

By Anthony Fensom
Pyongyang's threats generate a sense of déjà vu, but China’s debt inspires more concrete worries.
President Moon's North Korea Strategy
July 13, 2017

President Moon's North Korea Strategy

By 38 North / Ruediger Frank
South Korea's new leader unveiled his strategy in an important speech in Berlin.

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