Pyongyang increasingly isolates itself, even from old allies, through its refusal to change course
Negotiations with Pyongyang are doomed until its end goals change
No 'free' trade can happen as long as Kim Jong Un's coterie insist on exploiting the proceedings
Even talking of reconciliation risks undermining an international consensus against Kim's crimes
Sadly, it's a tool South Korean society neglects, as shown by stories of redefection to the North
Mass defections show that something is afoot in the North, even if collapse not imminent
Sanctions appear to be working, but now's not the time for the U.S., South Korea to let up
Do divided Koreans need state level negotiations to hold reunions?
Beijing holds up its end of the deal for now, but wait for North Korea's May Congress
We should acknowledge that the two Koreas and the U.S. define 'peace' differently
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