May 29, 2024

Analysis

Leading experts analyze recent events and affairs involving North Korea

The UN’s N.Korea sanctions: The new, the familiar, the easily avoided

The UN’s N.Korea sanctions: The new, the familiar, the easily avoided

Much will depend on how other countries, especially China, choose to enforce new resolution

The UN’s N.Korea sanctions: The new, the familiar, the easily avoided
Andray Abrahamian
Andray Abrahamian March 4, 2016
N.Korea reveals details of 300mm multiple rocket launcher

N.Korea reveals details of 300mm multiple rocket launcher

Weapon may feature guided missiles, long range capability, possible U.S. inspiration

N.Korea reveals details of 300mm multiple rocket launcher
John G. Grisafi
John G. Grisafi March 4, 2016
Cross purposes: The differing N.Korea sanctions and their goals
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Cross purposes: The differing N.Korea sanctions and their goals

China, U.S. have different visions, reflected in their ideas and enforcement of sanctions

Cross purposes: The differing N.Korea sanctions and their goals
Tristan Webb
Tristan Webb March 3, 2016
Fading sunshine – Is the South Korean left’s view of North Korea changing?

Fading sunshine – Is the South Korean left’s view of North Korea changing?

Pyongyang’s recent actions test the Southern opposition’s commitment to conciliation

Fading sunshine – Is the South Korean left’s view of North Korea changing?
Peter Ward
Peter Ward March 1, 2016
Who, when, how much: A North Korea sanctions overview
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Who, when, how much: A North Korea sanctions overview

First part in a series on individual countries, the intl. community’s measures against the DPRK

Who, when, how much: A North Korea sanctions overview
Tristan Webb
Tristan Webb February 29, 2016
In Washington, North Korea hawks have the floor

In Washington, North Korea hawks have the floor

The knives come out on the Beltway after Pyongyang’s fourth nuclear test, satellite launch

In Washington, North Korea hawks have the floor
Andrei Lankov
Andrei Lankov February 28, 2016
How not to respond to a North Korean nuclear test

How not to respond to a North Korean nuclear test

A proper response to Pyongyang's behavior requires coordination between S.Korea, China and the U.S.

How not to respond to a North Korean nuclear test
Geoffrey Fattig
Geoffrey Fattig February 26, 2016
Hero? Traitor? Vicious missionary? N.Korea’s many social labels

Hero? Traitor? Vicious missionary? N.Korea’s many social labels

Reference book contains stunning new details about regime's classification system

Hero? Traitor? Vicious missionary? N.Korea’s many social labels
Fyodor Tertitskiy
Fyodor Tertitskiy February 24, 2016
Reforms under way making business in N.Korea easier: Lawyer
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Reforms under way making business in N.Korea easier: Lawyer

Experienced attorney says country undoubtedly changing, but remains far from open system

Reforms under way making business in N.Korea easier: Lawyer
Chad O'Carroll
Chad O'Carroll | Oliver Hotham February 23, 2016
North Korea: The country that cried wolf

North Korea: The country that cried wolf

Shock value from increasing use of threats, provocative acts has worn off

North Korea: The country that cried wolf
Robert Potter
Robert Potter February 23, 2016