Moon on a Mission: South Korea's New Approach to the North
By Ramon Pacheco Pardo
Moon Jae-in is learning from his liberal predecessors, while being careful to avoid their mistakes.
President Moon's North Korea Strategy
By 38 North / Ruediger Frank
South Korea's new leader unveiled his strategy in an important speech in Berlin.
What Otto Warmbier's Death Means for Policymakers
By Frances Kitt
The tragedy will further shrink space for engagement with North Korea.
3 Things to Know Before South Korea's Moon Jae-in Meets Trump
By Ankit Panda
In a telling interview, Moon previews what is likely to be a difficult meeting with the U.S. president.
Self-Reliance and Sunshine: Previewing President Moon's North Korea Policy
By Hyuk Kim
Moon should be wary of emphasizing the old principle of self-reliance in solving inter-Korea issues.
Does Moon Jae-in’s Victory Herald a New Dawn for the Sunshine Policy?
By Troy Stangarone
The geopolitical context doesn't favor a direct return to the Sunshine Policy of 1998-2008.
When 'Sunshine' Ruled on the Korean Peninsula
By Felix Abt
Remembering a period of unprecedented cooperation between the two Koreas, despite being technically still at war.
Decoding North Korea’s Bluster
By Sheila Miyoshi Jager
Seeing Pyongyang’s provocations for what they really are could help avoid disaster.
North Korea Hawks Gain the Upper Hand
By John Power
In the wake of North Korea's nuclear test and rocket launch, hawks have the advantage in both Seoul and Washington.
Interview: What Prospects for Korean Unification?
By Rafał Tomański
Cho Han-bum of the Korea Institute for National Unification on inter-Korean relations and the specifics of unification.
Symbol of Inter-Korean Reconciliation Visits North Korea
By John Power
Can the wife of former president Kim Dae-jung spark a breakthrough in inter-Korean relations?
Strategic Sunshine: The Path To Stability on the Korean Peninsula
An effective policy towards Pyongyang would recognize why the regime perpetuates crises and then change the incentive structure it faces.