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North Korea: 'Strategic Security' Can't Be Given Away for Sanctions Relief
August 26, 2019

North Korea: 'Strategic Security' Can't Be Given Away for Sanctions Relief

By Ankit Panda
The statement follows weeks of intensified North Korean short-range missile testing.

Japan’s Economic Sanctions on Korea: Part of a Phased Plan
July 19, 2019

Japan’s Economic Sanctions on Korea: Part of a Phased Plan

By Yuji Hosaka
Japan’s use of export controls against Seoul is part of a well-conceived retaliatory plan.
How Serious Is China’s Threat to Sanction US Companies Over Taiwan Arms Sales?
July 17, 2019

How Serious Is China’s Threat to Sanction US Companies Over Taiwan Arms Sales?

By Robert Farley
Will Chinese retaliation have spillover effects?

Red Tide: China-North Korea Naval Cooperation
June 25, 2019

Red Tide: China-North Korea Naval Cooperation

By Adam Cathcart
The People’s Liberation Army Navy and the Korean People’s Navy continue an old relationship.

North Korean State Media Confirms Kim’s Upcoming Trip to Russia for Putin Summit
April 23, 2019

North Korean State Media Confirms Kim’s Upcoming Trip to Russia for Putin Summit

By Ankit Panda
The long-awaited Kim-Putin summit will finally take place.

To Manage Great Power Competition, America Needs a New Economic Patriot Act
April 17, 2019

To Manage Great Power Competition, America Needs a New Economic Patriot Act

By Michael B. Greenwald 
An executive order spelling out a new Economic Patriot Act would enable a smarter sanctions strategy.

US Announces New Human Rights Sanctions on 3 Senior North Korean Officials
December 11, 2018

US Announces New Human Rights Sanctions on 3 Senior North Korean Officials

By Ankit Panda
The sanctions include Choe Ryong Hae, Kim Jong Un's perceived "number two."
CAATSA's Out of the Bag: Sanctions, Intellectual Property, and US-China Relations
October 09, 2018

CAATSA's Out of the Bag: Sanctions, Intellectual Property, and US-China Relations

By Robert Farley
Push sanctions too far and China may decide that it’s past time to challenge U.S. financial and legal hegemony.

Fake Flags: At-Sea Sanctions Enforcement and Ship Identity Falsification
September 26, 2018

Fake Flags: At-Sea Sanctions Enforcement and Ship Identity Falsification

By Olivia Vassalotti and Cameron Trainer
Fraudulent ship registration makes the already challenge task of sanctions enforcement more difficult.

The Upcoming Inter-Korean Summit Raises the Stakes for Moon Jae-in
August 20, 2018

The Upcoming Inter-Korean Summit Raises the Stakes for Moon Jae-in

By Ankit Panda
The talks will have deep implications for the trajectory of this year’s remarkable turn towards diplomatic engagement with North Korea.

US Announces New Sanctions on Entities Facilitating North Korean Activities
August 17, 2018

US Announces New Sanctions on Entities Facilitating North Korean Activities

By Ankit Panda
The new sanctions come as US-North Korea diplomacy pushes ahead.
Trump Administration Announces 'Largest North Korea-Related Sanctions Tranche', Focused on Disrupting Illicit Shipping
February 23, 2018

Trump Administration Announces 'Largest North Korea-Related Sanctions Tranche', Focused on Disrupting Illicit Shipping

By Ankit Panda
The U.S. "maximum pressure" campaign continues with additional sanctions measures.

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