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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.
North Korea: New Sanctions, Same Old Story
By Clint Work
Another North Korean missile test, another round of UN sanctions.
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?
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.
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.
How North Korea Evades Sanctions in Southeast Asia: The Malaysia Case
By Daniel Salisbury and Endi Mato
Two companies with links to Pyongyang and Malaysia reveal how North Korea can skirt international restrictions.
North Korea Will Not Stop Its Weapons Development
By Daniel P. Grant
The U.S. strategy to squeeze North Korea economically overlooks the centrality of the byungjin line.
Watch Out for the Blowback of Secondary Sanctions on North Korea
By Aaron Arnold
Why would secondary sanctions against North Korea be any different from secondary sanctions against Iran?
With North Korea, Try More Economic Isolation, Less Diplomatic Isolation
By Peter Harrell
As the world steps up economic pressure, sanctions must be matched by diplomatic engagement.
Sanctions: Still the Best Option for Containing North Korea's Nuclear Ambitions
By Kim Tae-woo
If the world can remain strong and consistent about sanctions, North Korea might actually come to the table.
How North Korea Gets Around UN Sanctions
By 38 North / Andrea Berger
A new UN report emphasizes continued blindness -- willful or not -- to North Korea's illicit activities.