November 27, 2022

About the author

Go Myong-hyun

Dr. Go Myong-hyun is a research fellow at the Asan Institute for Policy Studies. Previously, Dr. Go was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of California, Los Angeles, Neuropsychiatry Institute. His research applies quantitative perspectives to traditional and non-traditional security issues.

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Strategic escalation: Why North Korea and US-ROK alliance keep upping the ante
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Strategic escalation: Why North Korea and US-ROK alliance keep upping the ante

Both sides are pursuing goals that drive tit-for-tat cycle, though neither wants to push tensions to point of no return

Strategic escalation: Why North Korea and US-ROK alliance keep upping the ante
Go Myong-hyun
Go Myong-hyun November 16, 2022
Why an “all-or-nothing” pitch to North Korea is a diplomatic dead-end

Why an “all-or-nothing” pitch to North Korea is a diplomatic dead-end

If talks are to succeed, the U.S. must accept that only a step-by-step approach will work

Why an “all-or-nothing” pitch to North Korea is a diplomatic dead-end
Go Myong-hyun
Go Myong-hyun April 4, 2019
The best way to negotiate with North Korea? Be ready to walk away

The best way to negotiate with North Korea? Be ready to walk away

Trump must ensure Pyongyang cannot back out of a deal once it has extracted concessions

The best way to negotiate with North Korea? Be ready to walk away
Go Myong-hyun
Go Myong-hyun March 13, 2018