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How to Read Kim Jong Un’s Letters to President Trump
September 16, 2020

How to Read Kim Jong Un’s Letters to President Trump

By 38 North / Robert Carlin
Diplomatic correspondence has always been difficult to read. Here, a translation of what one of Kim's letters might look like in regular parlance.

No Interest in Resumed Talks With the US: Senior North Korean Diplomat
July 06, 2020

No Interest in Resumed Talks With the US: Senior North Korean Diplomat

By Ankit Panda
A veteran North Korean diplomat ruled out the possibility of new talks.
North Korea Is Watching the US Anti-Racism Protests
June 05, 2020

North Korea Is Watching the US Anti-Racism Protests

By Edward Howell
In Pyongyang’s eyes, the racism in America is just more proof of the U.S. “hostile policy.”

North Korea Denies Kim Sent Trump a New Letter
April 20, 2020

North Korea Denies Kim Sent Trump a New Letter

By Ankit Panda
The claim followed a statement by President Trump that he had received a “nice” letter from Kim Jong Un.

North Korea Says Trump Wrote Letter to Kim, Discussed Virus Response
March 23, 2020

North Korea Says Trump Wrote Letter to Kim, Discussed Virus Response

By Ankit Panda
The statement emphasized that even as Trump-Kim relations remain positive, U.S.-North Korea relations do not.

North Korea’s First Missile Launch of 2020 Shouldn’t Be a Cause for Concern
March 04, 2020

North Korea’s First Missile Launch of 2020 Shouldn’t Be a Cause for Concern

By Dan DePetris
There’s no need to panic over North Korea's latest missile test.

An Effective US Approach to Pyongyang: Deterrence and Detente
February 12, 2020

An Effective US Approach to Pyongyang: Deterrence and Detente

By John Dale Grover
History demonstrates that such an approach is necessary and desirable.
The Lesson of North Korea’s ‘Christmas Gift’
February 11, 2020

The Lesson of North Korea’s ‘Christmas Gift’

By Atsuhito Isozaki
There was a gift for us, just not the one we thought.

Kim Jong Unchained
February 01, 2020

Kim Jong Unchained

By Aidan Foster-Carter
Pyongyang’s outreach in 2018 was a ruse. With North Korea stronger and cockier than ever, prospects are grim in 2020.

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.

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