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Making Sense of the August Fizzle in the US-North Korea Negotiations
August 28, 2018

Making Sense of the August Fizzle in the US-North Korea Negotiations

By Ankit Panda
U.S.-North Korea diplomacy is at an impasse. Will September produce a breakthrough or a collapse?

US Sanctions North Korean Officials Affiliated With Solid-Fuel, ICBM Programs
December 27, 2017

US Sanctions North Korean Officials Affiliated With Solid-Fuel, ICBM Programs

By Ankit Panda
North Korean officials Kim Jong-sik and Ri Pyong-chol have been sanctioned by the United States.
North Korea: Why It's Time to Double Down on the Double Freeze
August 30, 2017

North Korea: Why It's Time to Double Down on the Double Freeze

By William Choong
Freeze-for-freeze is the right approach. It's time to hammer out the details.

Why the US Has to Take the First Step in Deescalating Tensions With North Korea
August 16, 2017

Why the US Has to Take the First Step in Deescalating Tensions With North Korea

By Daniel DePetris
How to get out of the North Korea morass.

No, South Korea's New President Is Not 'Anti-American'
May 10, 2017

No, South Korea's New President Is Not 'Anti-American'

By Ankit Panda
South Korea's new president may seek more independence within the alliance, but he's not anti-American.

$1 Billion For THAAD? Trump Chips Away at the US-South Korea Alliance
April 28, 2017

$1 Billion For THAAD? Trump Chips Away at the US-South Korea Alliance

By Ankit Panda
Slowly but surely, Trump chips away at the foundations for reassurance in the U.S.-South Korea alliance.

Where Do North Koreans Fit Into the West's North Korea Policy?
March 22, 2017

Where Do North Koreans Fit Into the West's North Korea Policy?

By Edward Howell
To truly engage with North Korea, we must talk with its people.
South Korea's Left Needs to Rethink Its North Korea Position
November 15, 2016

South Korea's Left Needs to Rethink Its North Korea Position

By John Lee
Right now South Korea cannot afford the pro-North, anti-American tendencies of the opposition.

Measuring the Legacy of American Resolve in Asia After Obama
October 10, 2016

Measuring the Legacy of American Resolve in Asia After Obama

By Joseph Bosco
Hesitant and halting American measures have undercut Washington’s rhetorical efforts to convey U.S. resolve.

Enough Strategic Patience: Time for a New US North Korea Policy
September 13, 2016

Enough Strategic Patience: Time for a New US North Korea Policy

By Daniel DePetris
North Korea's fifth nuclear test makes it plain that strategic patience has failed.

How to Interpret North Korean Policy Signals
September 08, 2016

How to Interpret North Korean Policy Signals

By 38 North / Robert Carlin
Here's a hint: paying attention helps.
Tailored Deterrence: Influencing North Korean Decision-Making
April 26, 2016

Tailored Deterrence: Influencing North Korean Decision-Making

By Michael Raska
Defense planners have been rethinking strategies for responding to threats posed by North Korea.

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