January 20, 2022

Interviews

Conversations with leading experts and professionals working on the DPRK

One year since the Singapore summit: what’s changed, and what could happen next?

One year since the Singapore summit: what’s changed, and what could happen next?

Experts weigh in on the legacy of the historic June 12 meeting

One year since the Singapore summit: what’s changed, and what could happen next?
Oliver Hotham
Oliver Hotham June 11, 2019
Kim Jong Un may pursue “Plan B” in future negotiations: ex-negotiator

Kim Jong Un may pursue “Plan B” in future negotiations: ex-negotiator

Former senior South Korean diplomat Kim Sook pessimistic about a breakthrough in the near future

Kim Jong Un may pursue “Plan B” in future negotiations: ex-negotiator
Dagyum Ji
Dagyum Ji June 11, 2019
Japan must put diplomatic normalization with DPRK before abductee issue: former PM

Japan must put diplomatic normalization with DPRK before abductee issue: former PM

Yukio Hatoyama says improving relations must come before any resolution of the decades-long dispute

Japan must put diplomatic normalization with DPRK before abductee issue: former PM
One year since the Panmunjom Declaration: How did we get here, where are we going?

One year since the Panmunjom Declaration: How did we get here, where are we going?

Nine South Korean experts assess the pros and cons of Moon's recent approach to inter-Korean policy

One year since the Panmunjom Declaration: How did we get here, where are we going?
Dagyum Ji
Dagyum Ji April 26, 2019
How North Korea’s sanctions evasion at sea has evolved over time

How North Korea’s sanctions evasion at sea has evolved over time

Former PoE advisor Neil Watts talks shipping, compliance, and the future of maximum pressure

How North Korea’s sanctions evasion at sea has evolved over time
Leo Byrne
Leo Byrne April 10, 2019
Havana’s man in Pyongyang: Cuba’s first full-time North Korea correspondent

Havana’s man in Pyongyang: Cuba’s first full-time North Korea correspondent

Prensa Latina may formally set up Pyongyang bureau this year, Benito Joaquín Milanés says

Havana’s man in Pyongyang: Cuba’s first full-time North Korea correspondent
Oliver Hotham
Oliver Hotham March 21, 2019
How international sanctions have — and haven’t — affected North Korea’s economy

How international sanctions have — and haven’t — affected North Korea’s economy

Georgetown's Bill Brown talks sanctions, the next summit, and the DPRK's "two economies"

How international sanctions have — and haven’t — affected North Korea’s economy
Leo Byrne
Leo Byrne February 20, 2019
Kim Jong Un sees himself in a “position of strength” ahead of second summit: expert

Kim Jong Un sees himself in a “position of strength” ahead of second summit: expert

The Brookings Institution's Jung Pak says Trump is underprepared for complex negotiations

Kim Jong Un sees himself in a “position of strength” ahead of second summit: expert
Dagyum Ji
Dagyum Ji January 24, 2019
Trump may offer North Korea “premature” sanctions relief this year: expert

Trump may offer North Korea “premature” sanctions relief this year: expert

Tufts University's Sung-Yoon Lee talks diplomacy, "fake concessions," and what the DPRK really wants

Trump may offer North Korea “premature” sanctions relief this year: expert
Dagyum Ji
Dagyum Ji January 22, 2019
North Korea “exploring” ways to engage on human rights, says UN special rapporteur

North Korea “exploring” ways to engage on human rights, says UN special rapporteur

Situation on the ground remains "extremely serious," however, Tomás Ojea Quintana says

North Korea “exploring” ways to engage on human rights, says UN special rapporteur
Oliver Hotham
Oliver Hotham January 13, 2019
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