October 23, 2020

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Dan DePetris

Daniel R. DePetris is a columnist for the National Interest and a contributor to 38 North, a program of the Stimson Center in Washington, D.C.

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Why promises of a "great economy" won't induce North Korea's denuclearization

Pyongyang cares much more about self-preservation than it does about prosperity

Dan DePetris May 27, 2020

Free of the impeachment saga, can Trump kick-start diplomacy with North Korea?

The President may wish to resume talks with Kim, but the U.S. must be more realistic about what it can actually achieve

Dan DePetris February 9, 2020

Why birthday card diplomacy can't revive failing U.S.-North Korea talks

Good relations between Kim and Trump can't conceal how broken the diplomatic process has become

Dan DePetris January 15, 2020

Why, despite bleak prospects, we shouldn't rule out U.S.-DPRK diplomacy just yet

Denuclearization may be off the table, but a more traditional arms control agreement might just still be possible

Dan DePetris December 19, 2019

Why establishing a peace regime on the Korean peninsula is long overdue

President Trump will need to break outdated Cold War thinking in Washington if progress is to be made with the DPRK

Dan DePetris November 6, 2019

In the wake of failed talks with North Korea, it's time to change tack

Moving away from pie in the sky hopes of CVID may be the only way to secure an effective deal

Dan DePetris October 9, 2019