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A Closer Look at the New North Korea Sanctions
December 03, 2016

A Closer Look at the New North Korea Sanctions

By Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein
How hard will the latest UN sanctions really bite?
Will New UN Sanctions Change North Korea's Path?
December 01, 2016

Will New UN Sanctions Change North Korea's Path?

By John Power
The UN praises the latest "comprehensive" sanctions, but experts aren't as optimistic.

Senate Republicans Push for Action on China's North Korea Ties
October 04, 2016

Senate Republicans Push for Action on China's North Korea Ties

By Garth McLennan
At a recent hearing, senators pressured State officials to take a tougher line on China's trade with North Korea.

US Turns Screw on China to Rein in North Korea
October 01, 2016

US Turns Screw on China to Rein in North Korea

By John Power
Washington is moving to sanction Chinese firms suspected of violating UN sanctions.

North Korea's 5th Nuclear Test: The Fallout in Seoul
September 22, 2016

North Korea's 5th Nuclear Test: The Fallout in Seoul

By Kim Tae-woo
With China and Russia blocking effective sanctions, North Korea's continued nuclear progress could spark an arms race.
North Korea Nuclear Test Drives Home Need for UN Reform
September 15, 2016

North Korea Nuclear Test Drives Home Need for UN Reform

By K.S. Venkatachalam
In its current form, the United Nations has proven incapable of solving pressing security issues.

North Korea's 5th Nuclear Test: How Will the World Respond?
September 10, 2016

North Korea's 5th Nuclear Test: How Will the World Respond?

By Scott A. Snyder
The Kim regime is counting on more of the same from the international community.
Human Rights in North Korea: The Real Key to Denuclearization
July 25, 2016

Human Rights in North Korea: The Real Key to Denuclearization

By Kim Tae-woo
"Improving the human rights situation in North Korea is the alpha and omega of resolving all issues surrounding the North."

Why Economic Sanctions Have Failed Against North Korea
July 08, 2016

Why Economic Sanctions Have Failed Against North Korea

By Dursun Peksen
Decades of sanctions haven't succeeded in changing North Korean behavior. Why not?

The North Korea-Cuba Connection
June 07, 2016

The North Korea-Cuba Connection

By Samuel Ramani
Havana’s continued cooperation with Pyongyang is an alarming blow to the normalization process.

Joshua Pollack on North Korea's Nuclear Program
June 01, 2016

Joshua Pollack on North Korea's Nuclear Program

By Shannon Tiezzi
Joshua Pollack on North Korea's ever-evolving nuclear weapons program, and the U.S. response.
Sanctions: Still the Best Option for Containing North Korea's Nuclear Ambitions
April 30, 2016

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.

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