July 07, 2022

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Andrea Berger

Andrea Berger is a Senior Research Associate and a Senior Program Manager at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.

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The KNIC case: a much overlooked European court decision on sanctions
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The KNIC case: a much overlooked European court decision on sanctions

A March ruling set an important precedent for future enforcement

The KNIC case: a much overlooked European court decision on sanctions
Andrea Berger
Andrea Berger June 15, 2018
Resolution 2375: Strongest ever sanctions, or a very small step?
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Resolution 2375: Strongest ever sanctions, or a very small step?

New measures will have a rippling effect, but implementation remains a challenge

Resolution 2375: Strongest ever sanctions, or a very small step?
Andrea Berger
Andrea Berger September 13, 2017
New UN Security Council sanctions on N. Korea: What they mean, and what they don’t
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New UN Security Council sanctions on N. Korea: What they mean, and what they don’t

The UN has just introduced measures designed to cut one-third of the DPRK’s total export revenue - implementation will be tricky

New UN Security Council sanctions on N. Korea: What they mean, and what they don’t
Andrea Berger
Andrea Berger August 10, 2017
Business or pleasure? A N. Korean-Cambodian arrested in Hawaii
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Business or pleasure? A N. Korean-Cambodian arrested in Hawaii

Incident reveals abuse of passports of convenience, details about illicit N. Korean networks in Hong Kong.

Business or pleasure? A N. Korean-Cambodian arrested in Hawaii
Andrea Berger
Andrea Berger August 7, 2015
The Islamic State’s North Korean arms

The Islamic State’s North Korean arms

Pyongyang likely not aiding IS directly, but its weapons may have reached them nonetheless

The Islamic State’s North Korean arms
Andrea Berger
Andrea Berger October 24, 2014
What lies beneath: North Korea’s uranium deposits

What lies beneath: North Korea’s uranium deposits

All signs point to Pyongyang regime’s ongoing nuclear program development

What lies beneath: North Korea’s uranium deposits
Andrea Berger
Andrea Berger August 28, 2014
Calculated ambiguity and the DPRK’s nuclear capability

Calculated ambiguity and the DPRK’s nuclear capability

North Korea combines opaque statements, hints to keep world guessing about its arsenal

Calculated ambiguity and the DPRK’s nuclear capability
Andrea Berger
Andrea Berger June 9, 2014
What’s in a name – and a logo? The problem with North Korea’s new space agency

What’s in a name – and a logo? The problem with North Korea’s new space agency

It's not accidental that NADA's name and logo are uncomfortably similar to NASA’s

What’s in a name – and a logo? The problem with North Korea’s new space agency
Andrea Berger
Andrea Berger April 4, 2014
An attempt to avoid the Fire: The U.S., South Korea, and Joint Exercises

An attempt to avoid the Fire: The U.S., South Korea, and Joint Exercises

Compared to 2013, annual military drills a restrained affair in 2014

An attempt to avoid the Fire: The U.S., South Korea, and Joint Exercises
Andrea Berger
Andrea Berger March 3, 2014
The disjointed debate over engagement with North Korea

The disjointed debate over engagement with North Korea

Both critics and proponents needed clearer, more specific arguments

The disjointed debate over engagement with North Korea
Andrea Berger
Andrea Berger October 31, 2013