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North Korea Launches Suspected ICBM Off Its East Coast, South Korea’s Military Says
March 24, 2022

North Korea Launches Suspected ICBM Off Its East Coast, South Korea’s Military Says

By Mitch Shin
Four days after launching artillery pieces, North Korea tested a suspected intercontinental ballistic missile on Thursday. 

In Trilateral Talks, Japan, South Korea, US Reaffirm Alliance on North Korea
February 14, 2022

In Trilateral Talks, Japan, South Korea, US Reaffirm Alliance on North Korea

By Mitch Shin
The three countries emphasized the importance of the alliance to cope with North Korea’s missile tests while urging Pyongyang to renew dialogue.
What Does Agreement ‘in Principle’ on an End-of-War Declaration Mean?
December 15, 2021

What Does Agreement ‘in Principle’ on an End-of-War Declaration Mean?

By Mitch Shin
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said the U.S., China, and North Korea have agreed to officially end the Korean War “in principle,” but can he initiate the proposal?

South Korea Expects to Make Big Announcement on ‘End-of-War’ Declaration
November 16, 2021

South Korea Expects to Make Big Announcement on ‘End-of-War’ Declaration

By Mitch Shin
South Korea and the U.S. have shown different views on the timing and sequence of an end-of-war declaration, but Seoul implies that significant progress has been made.

New Rule From US Commerce May Help Limit Spread of North Korean Cybercrime
October 21, 2021

New Rule From US Commerce May Help Limit Spread of North Korean Cybercrime

By Jason Bartlett
How does a new rule barring the export and resale of cyber “intrusion software” to China and Russia without the proper license mitigate the North Korean cyber threat?

More Americans Are Unsure of Biden’s North Korea Policy Than Under Trump
October 08, 2021

More Americans Are Unsure of Biden’s North Korea Policy Than Under Trump

By Juni Kim
Love it or hate it, most Americans knew what the Trump administration was doing on North Korea – and what they thought of it.

Why Did North Korea Restart Its Nuclear Reactor?  
September 02, 2021

Why Did North Korea Restart Its Nuclear Reactor?  

By Mitch Shin
The reported restart of the Yongbyon nuclear reactor is likely a bid for attention at a time when the United States is more focused on China’s rise.  
Deterrence vs. Engagement: Striking the Right Balance in North Korea Policy
August 31, 2021

Deterrence vs. Engagement: Striking the Right Balance in North Korea Policy

By Yangmo Ku
The optimal solution to North Korea’s nuclear and missile challenges will require a middle ground between stronger deterrence and maximal engagement.

US Special Envoy for North Korea Visits South Korea
August 24, 2021

US Special Envoy for North Korea Visits South Korea

By Mitch Shin
With diplomacy stalled, Sung Kim and Noh Kyu-duk discuss how to renew dialogues with their counterparts in Pyongyang. 

The Case for a New North Korean Nuclear Deal
August 11, 2021

The Case for a New North Korean Nuclear Deal

By Iordanka Alexandrova
Mutual distrust has doomed past efforts to settle a deal between the U.S. and North Korea. 

What the G-7 Summit in Cornwall Means for Asia
June 15, 2021

What the G-7 Summit in Cornwall Means for Asia

By Duncan Bartlett
Besides seeing a stronger stance emerge on China, the summit had implications for the North Korea issue as well as Japan-South Korea relations.
What to Expect from the Upcoming Biden-Moon Summit
May 17, 2021

What to Expect from the Upcoming Biden-Moon Summit

By Sukjoon Yoon
Moon and Biden are looking for very different results from the upcoming summit.

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