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How a neglected North Korea report offers a path forward for US policy
William Perry’s review still holds vital lessons on engaging the DPRK as it is, not how Washington wishes it to be
Why normalizing US-North Korea relations is a prerequisite for denuclearization
By treating the North Korean issue exclusively as a nonproliferation concern, the US sets itself up for failure
How US-China rivalry impedes North Korea’s denuclearization
Great power competition is creating a dangerous regional divide, pushing Pyongyang further into Beijing’s orbit
Japan dangerously out of step on North Korea as it flirts with rearmament
Tokyo has aligned closer to US rather than embrace multilateralism, a move likely to worsen its security situation
East Asia is changing. So should the way Washington, Seoul and Tokyo cooperate.
The US should offer security and economic guarantees that empower allies to commit to its vision of the region
Japan’s next leader has a chance to reshape the country’s North Korea policy
Tokyo has long insisted on resolving the abduction issue first, but the public increasingly prioritizes denuclearization