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Fox in the Henhouse: The Growing Harms of North Korea’s Remote IT Workforce

Fox in the Henhouse: The Growing Harms of North Korea’s Remote IT Workforce

By Glenn Chafetz
Pyongyang has infiltrated its IT workers into contractors and subcontractors serving the United States’ largest and most profitable companies.

Russia’s Cover up of Its Dangerous Dealings With North Korea Leaves Us All Less Secure

Russia’s Cover up of Its Dangerous Dealings With North Korea Leaves Us All Less Secure

By Jung H. Pak
Moscow killed a U.N. body overseeing North Korea sanctions compliance for one simple reason: Russia is flagrantly violating the U.N. sanctions.
Russian Veto Brings End to UN Panel Monitoring Enforcement of North Korea Sanctions

Russian Veto Brings End to UN Panel Monitoring Enforcement of North Korea Sanctions

By Edith M. Lederer
Russia itself is accused of violating the sanctions through its weapons purchases from North Korea.

North Korea Successfully Launched Its Military Spy Satellite. What Now?

North Korea Successfully Launched Its Military Spy Satellite. What Now?

By Nah Liang Tuang
North Korea’s successful launch of a spy satellite will necessitate active counter-measures from the United States and its allies.

North Korea Confirms Lengthy Quarantines Outside Nampho in 2022

North Korea Confirms Lengthy Quarantines Outside Nampho in 2022

By Leo Byrne
A new report inadvertently sheds light on the extent of North Korea’s COVID-19 quarantine measures – and their impact on its sanctions evasion efforts.

US, South Korea, Japan Seek to Curb North Korea’s Illicit Cyber Activities

US, South Korea, Japan Seek to Curb North Korea’s Illicit Cyber Activities

By Niniek Karmini and Hyung-jin Kim
After a trilateral meeting, the governments vowed to "double down" on efforts to block Pyongyang's attempts to evade sanctions, including through cybercrime.

Sanctioned and Sailing Through Chinese Waters: The Case of the UN-Blacklisted Hoe Ryong

Sanctioned and Sailing Through Chinese Waters: The Case of the UN-Blacklisted Hoe Ryong

By Leo Byrne
The microcosm of North Korean sanctions enforcement (or the lack thereof) has broader implications for current efforts to sanction Russia.
How to Deliver Relief to North Koreans Without Lifting Sanctions

How to Deliver Relief to North Koreans Without Lifting Sanctions

By Aaron Arnold
To address the grim humanitarian situation in North Korea, countries should get smart about implementing sanctions, not lift them.

Mun Chol Myong: The First-Ever North Korean Criminal Facing Extradition to the US

Mun Chol Myong: The First-Ever North Korean Criminal Facing Extradition to the US

By Jason Bartlett and Jason Bartlett
This is a major development not only in sanctions enforcement against illicit North Korean activity abroad.

Biden Must Not Give in to North Korea’s Demand for Early Sanctions Relief

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.

Chinese Fishing Near North Korea Is a Symptom of a Bigger Problem

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.
German Court Rules Against Berlin Hostel at North Korean Embassy

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.”

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