South and North Korea at Risk of New Crisis
By ISOZAKI Atsuhito
3 Days Until Kim Jong-un’s Absence Becomes Serious
By Clint Richards
The New (and Dangerous) Normal in Korea
By Zachary Keck
North Korea’s Unsurprising Surprises
In the first of a series of interviews looking back on 2010, we speak to ICG analyst Daniel Pinkston about events on the Korean Peninsula.
Pyongyang Looms for South Refugees
Refugees from the island shelled by North Korea’s military last month are angry—and scared life will never be the same again.