November 25, 2020
Biden Must Not Give in to North Korea’s Demand for Early Sanctions Relief
By Mathew Ha
Diplomatic success will require better sanctions enforcement, not looser sanctions.
July 31, 2020
Chinese Fishing Near North Korea Is a Symptom of a Bigger Problem
By Jenny Town and Sally Yozell
The Chinese government has been both lenient on North Korea sanctions and reluctant to tackle illegal fishing by its distant water fleet.
January 30, 2020
German Court Rules Against Berlin Hostel at North Korean Embassy
By Associated Press
Judges said city authorities had no choice but to close the hostel as North Korea “represents a threat to world peace.”
September 01, 2019
How North Korea Skirts Sanctions at Sea
By Cameron Trainer
As sanctions tighten, North Korea’s efforts at evasion intensify.
December 07, 2018
Australia Deploys P-8A Poseidon to Japan to Enforce North Korea Sanctions
By Franz-Stefan Gady
Australia will deploy the maritime patrol aircraft to Japan to conduct maritime surveillance to prevent sanctions evasions.
August 07, 2018
Naval Cooperation Highlights Japan-UK 'Global Security Partnership'
By Daniel Hurst
A British warship is helping conduct surveillance designed to enforce UN sanctions on North Korea.
February 01, 2018
Russia's Relationship With North Korea: It's Complicated
By Anthony V. Rinna
Contrary to popular belief, Russia's approach to the Korea crisis is not entirely motivated by bad blood with the U.S.
January 30, 2018
The Missing Piece in the World’s North Korea Strategy
By Neil Bhatiya
Pyongyang abuses the international financial system to fund its proliferation activities -- stopping this ought to be a priority.
December 29, 2017
North Korea: New Sanctions, Same Old Story
By Clint Work
Another North Korean missile test, another round of UN sanctions.
October 27, 2017
Is Myanmar Serious About Enforcing Sanctions on North Korea?
By Clint Work
Is this a real shift in North Korea-Myanmar relations, or just political expediency?
October 13, 2017
Is There Still Room for Sanctions to Succeed in North Korea?
By Qiheng Chen
North Korean marketization may lend hope for sanctions to work, if the U.S. and China can coordinate.
September 19, 2017
Market Prices in North Korea Rise Sharply After Recent Sanctions and Tensions
By Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein
North Korea’s domestic economy may be very resilient but it is not beyond the reach of international tensions.