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North Korea’s Missing Dead
June 26, 2019

North Korea’s Missing Dead

By Sarah A. Son and Markus Bell
In North Korea, the remains of the executed are not returned to families, leaving no chance for post-death rituals.

The US and North Korea: Lessons From Hanoi
April 01, 2019

The US and North Korea: Lessons From Hanoi

By Olivia Enos
The mistakes that led to the failed Trump-Kim summit provide useful insights for future diplomacy.
Who Was Behind the Raid on North Korea’s Spanish Embassy?
March 27, 2019

Who Was Behind the Raid on North Korea’s Spanish Embassy?

By Kim Tong-hyung and Hyung-jin Kim
A look at Cheollima Civil Defense, the group allegedly behind the February incident in Madrid.

Japan Takes Small Step Toward Diplomacy With North Korea
March 19, 2019

Japan Takes Small Step Toward Diplomacy With North Korea

By Daniel Hurst
By stepping back from an annual UN resolution on North Korean human rights, Tokyo is sending a signal to Pyongyang.

Japan Wants Human Rights Back on the North Korea Agenda
December 22, 2018

Japan Wants Human Rights Back on the North Korea Agenda

By Daniel Hurst
A government-organized symposium focused on human rights, including the abductee issue, rather than nuclear weapons.

Don’t Forget: North Korea Is a Country, Too
June 02, 2018

Don’t Forget: North Korea Is a Country, Too

By Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein
North Korea is more than its negotiators and official statements on the state news agency.

What Do North Korean Defectors Think of the Recent Peninsula Diplomacy?
May 19, 2018

What Do North Korean Defectors Think of the Recent Peninsula Diplomacy?

By Clint Work
Getting a sense of what an under-represented constituency might think of the North Korean overtures.
North Korea Human Rights, 4 Years After the UN Inquiry
February 06, 2018

North Korea Human Rights, 4 Years After the UN Inquiry

By Benedict Rogers
In the past decade, the people of North Korea have changed, but the nature of the regime certainly hasn’t.

The Strongest Weapon Against Kim Jong-un: 'Nose Cards'
December 02, 2017

The Strongest Weapon Against Kim Jong-un: 'Nose Cards'

By Jongkyun Mok and Hwan Kang
Former North Korean diplomat Thae Yong-ho reveals how outside cultural influence works against the Kim regime.

The Case for Restoring Australia-North Korea Relations
November 17, 2017

The Case for Restoring Australia-North Korea Relations

By Tom Corben
Growing military tensions and an ambitious human rights agenda require a cost-benefit recalibration from Canberra.

Should North and South Korea Co-Host the 2018 Winter Olympics?
June 27, 2017

Should North and South Korea Co-Host the 2018 Winter Olympics?

By Troy Stangarone
What to make of South Korea's idea to shift some Olympic events to North Korea's Masikryong ski resort?
Kim Jong-nam's Assassination Is a Wake-Up Call to the World
March 04, 2017

Kim Jong-nam's Assassination Is a Wake-Up Call to the World

By Jose Ramos-Horta and Benedict Rogers
"The North Korean regime is not simply a pariah to be ridiculed, but a dangerous threat to the world."

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