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Biden’s Korea Policy Faces Its First Test
March 25, 2021

Biden’s Korea Policy Faces Its First Test

By Bruce Klingner
After laying the groundwork during Asia travel by the secretaries of state and defense, the administration now must respond to the first provocation from North Korea.

Rehumanizing US North Korea Policy
March 24, 2021

Rehumanizing US North Korea Policy

By Esther S. Im and Paul K. Lee
The challenges on the Korean Peninsula have never just been abstract foreign policy issues happening “over there” – they have touched the lives of thousands of American families.
North Korea Fires Short-Range Missiles in First Challenge to Biden Administration
March 24, 2021

North Korea Fires Short-Range Missiles in First Challenge to Biden Administration

By Mitch Shin
North Korea fired multiple short-range cruise missiles after the United States and South Korea finished their springtime joint military exercise.  

It’s Time to Reexamine US Sanctions on North Korea
March 09, 2021

It’s Time to Reexamine US Sanctions on North Korea

By Jessica J. Lee
Ever-tightening U.S. sanctions have not achieved policy goals, while severely limiting humanitarian activities inside North Korea.

Biden Must Not Give in to North Korea’s Demand for Early Sanctions Relief
November 25, 2020

Biden Must Not Give in to North Korea’s Demand for Early Sanctions Relief

By Mathew Ha
Diplomatic success will require better sanctions enforcement, not looser sanctions.

Engagement Is a Virtue, Especially on the Korean Peninsula
November 14, 2020

Engagement Is a Virtue, Especially on the Korean Peninsula

By Song Young Gil
The incoming Biden administration has plenty to handle, but it should not forget the Korean Peninsula.

Let’s Have a Better Debate on North Korea
October 27, 2020

Let’s Have a Better Debate on North Korea

By Daniel R. DePetris
While denuclearization can still be a long-term objective, it is extremely unlikely to happen - and luckily, U.S. security is not dependent on it.
What the US Thinks It Learned About Kim Jong Un
September 18, 2020

What the US Thinks It Learned About Kim Jong Un

By Patrick M. Cronin
Dialogue with North Korea can deepen mutual understanding – or mutual mistrust.

UN Report Underlines North Korea’s Continuing Nuclear Ambitions
August 07, 2020

UN Report Underlines North Korea’s Continuing Nuclear Ambitions

By Bruce Klingner
The new report affirms U.S. assessments of North Korea’s nuclear weapons.

Kim Jong Un Death Rumors Expose Washington’s Lacking Diplomacy and Strategy
April 29, 2020

Kim Jong Un Death Rumors Expose Washington’s Lacking Diplomacy and Strategy

By Bonnie Kristian
Whatever Kim Jong Un’s health status, the United States needs to correct course on North Korea policy.

What Is a Greater National Security Threat to the US: North Korea or Iran?
March 19, 2020

What Is a Greater National Security Threat to the US: North Korea or Iran?

By Timothy S. Rich and Madelynn Einhorn
The answer depends on who you ask – Democrats or Republicans.
Trump: North Korea‘s Kim Jong Un Could Lose ’Everything’ If ’Hostile’ Behavior Continues
December 09, 2019

Trump: North Korea‘s Kim Jong Un Could Lose ’Everything’ If ’Hostile’ Behavior Continues

By Ankit Panda
The U.S. president suggested Kim had much to lose if he pushed too far.

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