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More articles by 'Robert E. McCoy'
To ‘get’ Kim Jong Un, Sun Tzu trumps Clausewitz
In order to deal with dictators, one has to understand what motivates them, to be in their head
Visitors to N.Korea revisited: Not all cards are showing?
Resistance is not futile, and some American visitors may not be what they seem
North Korea’s nuclear weapons not its worst threat
Recent fourth nuclear device not the only WMD threat facing South Korea and its allies
Restrict tourism with North Korea, not dialogue
Why spend political capital ransoming fools rather than investing in negotiations?
Computers beat Go players; can they help beat Kim Jong Un?
Wanted: A foreign policy version of AlphaGo to help with America’s foreign policy goals in Asia
What are the West’s long-term goals for N.Korea?
If we don’t know what we want – or set realistic goals – we will never get it
The U.S., N.Korea and East Asia policy: Foggy thinking at Foggy Bottom?
Can the U.S. rein in China’s territorial ambitions and still expect its help enforcing sanctions?
Not thinking far enough ahead on N.Korea
Recent responses by both S.Korea, U.S. will most likely have unintended consequences
Another kind of fallout from North Korea’s fourth nuclear test
One can't deny Pyongyang's goals or its progress, or that it's time for a more hands-on approach