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North Korea nuclear deterrent

Peace Should Be Trump’s Priority at the 2nd Summit with Kim
February 26, 2019

Peace Should Be Trump’s Priority at the 2nd Summit with Kim

By John Dale Grover
With deterrence already assured, the goal should be peace, not immediate denuclearization.

Is the US Preparing for Preventive War? Views From North Korea
January 11, 2018

Is the US Preparing for Preventive War? Views From North Korea

By 38 North / Alexander Vorontsov
North Korean officials are convinced that the U.S. is preparing to strike.
Will North Korea’s ICBM Test Increase Chance of Talks?
November 30, 2017

Will North Korea’s ICBM Test Increase Chance of Talks?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Pyongyang may have just tried to publicly signal the U.S. its willingness to give diplomacy another try.

Senior North Korean Official: Nukes Target No Other Country But US
November 28, 2017

Senior North Korean Official: Nukes Target No Other Country But US

By Franz-Stefan Gady
North Korea continues attempts to drive a wedge between the United States and its allies in East Asia.

Nuclear Stability, Conventional Instability: North Korea and the Lessons From Pakistan
November 22, 2017

Nuclear Stability, Conventional Instability: North Korea and the Lessons From Pakistan

By Ankit Panda and Vipin Narang
As the case of Pakistan shows, a nuclear deterrent will not guarantee North Korea its “final victory.”

North Korea: The End of the Nuclear Taboo?
August 29, 2017

North Korea: The End of the Nuclear Taboo?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Is the North Korean nuclear crisis slowly eroding the so-called nuclear taboo?

Steve Bannon Is Right And Wrong About North Korea's Military Threat
August 18, 2017

Steve Bannon Is Right And Wrong About North Korea's Military Threat

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The White House chief strategist is wrong about withdrawing U.S. troops from South Korea but right about the cost of war on the peninsula.
North Korea’s Nukes: Time for The Pentagon’s Philosopher-in-Chief to Step In?
August 11, 2017

North Korea’s Nukes: Time for The Pentagon’s Philosopher-in-Chief to Step In?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The North Korean crisis prompts the need for a philosopher in chief at the Pentagon.

Bombers and Missiles Show Limits of US Responses to North Korean ICBM Tests
August 03, 2017

Bombers and Missiles Show Limits of US Responses to North Korean ICBM Tests

By Steven Stashwick
North Korean missiles show increasing capability while U.S. responses remain static.

What Does North Korea Think of China's 'Dual Freeze' Proposal?
July 25, 2017

What Does North Korea Think of China's 'Dual Freeze' Proposal?

By Son Daekwon
North Korea might agree to a freeze, but actually dismantling its nuclear program is out of the question.

North Korea's Musudan Missile Test Actually Succeeded. What Now?
June 23, 2016

North Korea's Musudan Missile Test Actually Succeeded. What Now?

By Ankit Panda
North Korea claims its sixth Musudan missile test this year was a success. Why does that matter?
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