Chaewon Chung covers U.S., Chinese, and Japanese politics and national security in relation to North Korea. She previously worked at Coda Story covering disinformation and technology with a focus on the East Asia.
Kim Jong Un concerned about public discontent after failing to deliver economic prosperity, expert says
While announcement doesn’t name North Korea, expert says $717 million deal to ‘bolster deterrence’ among key US allies
DPRK foreign ministry accuses US of promoting democracy to interfere in other countries’ internal affairs
Diplomats call for ‘verifiable and irreversible’ end to DPRK weapons programs after G7 earlier opted for softer language
Members of Congress say ending Korean War would undermine regional security, compromise the mandate of US Forces Korea
Decision is likely to drive China and North Korea closer, while scuttling hopes for breakthrough like at 2018 Games
US, South Korea reportedly agree to find ways to ‘enhance regional security cooperation’ as US seeks to contain China
Experts voice concerns about unresolved POW situation, citing hundreds of ROK soldiers reportedly stuck in DPRK
Pentagon announces ‘no changes’ after global posture review, as expert say US eyes expanded role for USFK
Hwaseong to suggest 14 cooperative projects with DPRK’s Haeju amid ongoing freeze in inter-Korean ties
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