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North Korea Has a New Foreign Minister, But That Doesn’t Mean a Change in Policy
January 28, 2020

North Korea Has a New Foreign Minister, But That Doesn’t Mean a Change in Policy

By Dan DePetris
North Korea has a new foreign minister, but don't expect a new denuclearization policy.

Washington Needs Nonproliferation Messaging Consistency on Iran and North Korea
January 23, 2020

Washington Needs Nonproliferation Messaging Consistency on Iran and North Korea

By Mary Chesnut
Consistent nonproliferation messaging: how can the United States square its Iran strategy with its North Korea strategy?
Washington’s Denuclearization Delusion Stalls North Korea Talks
January 15, 2020

Washington’s Denuclearization Delusion Stalls North Korea Talks

By Bonnie Kristian
The sooner U.S. gets over "denuclearization," the sooner it can expect diplomatic results with North Korea.

2019 in Asian Geopolitics: A Year of Change
December 12, 2019

2019 in Asian Geopolitics: A Year of Change

By Ankit Panda
From South Asia to China to Northeast Asia, 2019 was a transformative year.

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.

North Korea Announces Ruling Party Plenary Meeting for Late December 2019
December 04, 2019

North Korea Announces Ruling Party Plenary Meeting for Late December 2019

By Ankit Panda
The plenary meeting may coincide with a major policy decision by Kim Jong Un on diplomacy with the United States.

Little Sign of Progress in US-North Korea Talks
October 15, 2019

Little Sign of Progress in US-North Korea Talks

By Atsuhito Isozaki
The chances of an agreement appear to be receding.
US-North Korea Diplomacy: A Fall 2019 Return to Talks?
September 11, 2019

US-North Korea Diplomacy: A Fall 2019 Return to Talks?

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
Will John Bolton’s departure and the latest North Korean overture lead to a shift—or more of the same?

Kim Jong Un Turns Up the Pressure on the United States
August 05, 2019

Kim Jong Un Turns Up the Pressure on the United States

By Ankit Panda
Kim Jong-un’s strategy suggests United States has a choice: change stance, or talks will go nowhere.

Why North Korea Launched Ballistic Missiles Less Than 4 Weeks After the Third Trump-Kim Meeting
July 29, 2019

Why North Korea Launched Ballistic Missiles Less Than 4 Weeks After the Third Trump-Kim Meeting

By Ankit Panda
South Korea taking delivery of F-35As and pressing ahead with allied military exercises drove the recent North Korean tests.

Don’t Let Trump-Kim Summitry Obscure the Difficult Fundamentals of US-North Korea Relations
July 07, 2019

Don’t Let Trump-Kim Summitry Obscure the Difficult Fundamentals of US-North Korea Relations

By Ankit Panda
Donald Trump-Kim Jong-un handshake at Korean border was nice, but fundamental challenges haven’t changed.
Imagining a Nuclear War With North Korea: The 2020 Commission, Misperception, and Trump
July 04, 2019

Imagining a Nuclear War With North Korea: The 2020 Commission, Misperception, and Trump

By Robert Farley
Jeffrey Lewis' 2020 Commission holds important lessons for how Trump's diplomacy with North Korea could go south.

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