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China and Russia Disagree on North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons

China and Russia Disagree on North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons

By Wooyeal Paik
Beijing and Moscow have different perspectives on – and different appetites for – Pyongyang’s nuclear program.

Danger and Deterrence in Japan’s Security Environment

Danger and Deterrence in Japan’s Security Environment

By Marcos González Gava
“We must handle the hypothesis of an imminent threat as long as nuclear weapons exist.”
Mind the Gap: 5 Debates to Address in the South Korea-US Deterrence Posture

Mind the Gap: 5 Debates to Address in the South Korea-US Deterrence Posture

By Kyung-joo Jeon and Hanbyeol Sohn
Five key debates hinder the achievement of an allied integrated approach in dealing with the threat from North Korea.

How Serious Are the Latest Threats From North Korea?

How Serious Are the Latest Threats From North Korea?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Ankit Panda, the Stanton Senior Fellow in the Nuclear Policy Program at CEIP, on North Korea’s military build-up, the international response, and the potential for South Korea to go nuclear.

South Korea’s Role in China-US Arms Control

South Korea’s Role in China-US Arms Control

By Hanbyeol Sohn
South Korea naturally sees an arms control agreement between the United States and China as a logical objective. However, the complication lies with North Korea. 

The Prospects for North Korea-Russia Nuclear Cooperation

The Prospects for North Korea-Russia Nuclear Cooperation

By Do Young LEE
Russia’s providing advanced nuclear assistance to North Korea is more likely and more sustainable than often assumed.

North Korea’s Human Rights Abuses and Weapons of Mass Destruction Are Inextricably Linked

North Korea’s Human Rights Abuses and Weapons of Mass Destruction Are Inextricably Linked

By Jack Rendler
The U.N. Security Council should simultaneously address the nuclear program and the human rights abuses that are inseparable aspects of the Kim Jong Un regime.
Asia’s Nuclear Future

Asia’s Nuclear Future

By Cheryl Rofer
Even in today’s unsettled environment, the prospects for additional states to develop nuclear weapons are low. But if there is a next nuclear power, it’ll be found in Asia.

Kim Wants North Korea to Make More Nuclear Material for Bombs

Kim Wants North Korea to Make More Nuclear Material for Bombs

By Kim Tong-hyung
Kim Jong Un told officials and scientists at a state nuclear weapons institute they must ramp up bomb fuel production to meet his goals to expand his nuclear arsenal “exponentially.”

South Korea, US, Japan Focus on North Korea’s Nuclear Threat at Trilateral Meeting

South Korea, US, Japan Focus on North Korea’s Nuclear Threat at Trilateral Meeting

By Mitch Shin
The countries reaffirmed their trilateral coordination to cope with North Korea’s nuclear and missile threats.

North Korea Vows to Increase Nuclear Arsenal

North Korea Vows to Increase Nuclear Arsenal

By Mitch Shin
Amid the strengthening military alliance between South Korea and the United States, Kim Jong Un vowed to expand his country's nuclear arsenal.  
China Relations Key to Situation in North Korea

China Relations Key to Situation in North Korea

By ISOZAKI Atsuhito
A recent edition of the party newspaper makes that very clear.

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