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.
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North Korea may choose to celebrate its biggest holiday of the year with more missile or nuclear tests
North Korea has launched at least one ICBM and a flurry of other short- and mid-range ballistic missiles since January
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Sung Kim hopes DPRK focuses on ‘serious engagement’ after leader’s sister threatens to wipe out South Korean army
Liu Xiaoming’s meeting with Sung Kim part of effort to manage tensions due to national security concerns, expert says
Top DPRK policy envoys from Washington and Seoul condemn recent missile launches, vow ‘unified response’
Warning from Kim Yo Jong comes after South Korean official describes strike capabilities against DPRK missile launches
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