Dennis P. Halpin, a former Foreign Service Officer and senior Congressional staff, is a consultant on Asian issues.
The drone strike that killed Iranian general Qassem Soleimani on January 3 has likely shaken up Pyongyang's leadership
The President could build reelection momentum by going to North Korea just as Nixon did in 1972 with his trip to China
The protest from "progressive" South Korean students comes amid controversial U.S.-ROK defense cost-sharing negotiations
The transactional President has once again sent a chilling message to U.S. allies
Pyongyang's ties to Iran and Houthi rebels in Yemen are well-documented
Disputes concerning trade, Hong Kong, and Taiwan give PRC little reason to cooperate on DPRK issues
The DPRK leader's relationship with the president may be all for nothing if Democrat wins in 2020
An upcoming visit to South Korea offers the President an opportunity to send a message to Pyongyang
Kim Jong Un has been remarkably good at keeping unpredictable actors at bay — for the time being
As dialogue stalls, it's up to Kim Jong Un to make the next move
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