Leading experts analyze recent events and affairs involving North Korea
The future of Japan-DPRK relations are uncertain in a post-Abe era and experts say Suga has little leverage to work with
Many defectors believe that they can return to North Korea unnoticed and resume normal lives — and they might be right
At the U.N. General Assembly, President Moon Jae-in once again pitched cooperation — despite utter silence from the DPRK
Yoshihide Suga may have big dreams for Japan-DPRK relations, but he won’t be able to pull them off all by himself
Competition between Washington and Beijing may soon stoke conflict on the Korean peninsula
Pyongyang is hurting and uses hackers to ease that pain, but Washington is unlikely to waste its powers on crypto theft
Sanctions, flooding, COVID-19 and other 2020 conditions look eerily similar to what caused the devastating 1990s famine
Rumors surface yet again that Kim Jong Un is gravely ill and Kim Yo Jong assumed power — but most of it is likely false
Temporary withdrawals of Western European diplomats means fewer eyes and ears in Pyongyang for now, and in the future
North Korea may have been appeased by quiet, backdoor deals made by South Korean officials, professor Andrei Lankov says
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