September 21, 2020

About the author

Stephan Haggard

Stephan Haggard is the Lawrence and Sallye Krause Professor of Korea-Pacific Studies, director of the Korea-Pacific Program, and distinguished professor of political science at UC San Diego. With Marcus Noland, he is the author of “Hard Target: Sanctions, Inducements and the Case of North Korea” (Stanford University Press, 2017).

More articles by 'Stephan Haggard'

How Kim Jong Un's testing moratorium may impact upcoming summits

North Korea's pledge is a big deal, but what will Trump offer in return?

Stephan Haggard April 22, 2018

What Trump's Syria strike means for North Korea

The action against Assad exposed many of the administration's foreign policy shortcomings

Stephan Haggard April 15, 2018

What John Bolton's appointment does - and doesn't - mean for North Korea

Trump cannot decide what his policy towards Pyongyang is going to be

Stephan Haggard March 26, 2018

How a North Korea-U.S. summit could pan out

Donald Trump must be bold and give Kim Jong Un an offer he can't refuse

Stephan Haggard March 10, 2018

New Treasury measures: maritime interdictions and the diplomatic off ramp

Friday's sanctions up the pressure on the DPRK, but enforcement remains the perpetual challenge

Stephan Haggard February 25, 2018

Mike Pence in Korea: reading the tea leaves

What did the Vice President achieve in a three-day visit to the South?

Stephan Haggard February 11, 2018

The overwrought and exuberant: being realistic about inter-Korean talks

Seoul is not about to embrace Kim Jong Un, but it must be clearer about what it hopes to achieve

Stephan Haggard January 30, 2018

American Brexit? Trump and the Korean peninsula

The impact of Trump's election on East Asia may be being overstated, but the future is uncertain

Stephan Haggard November 10, 2016

What would Clinton, Trump presidencies mean for Asia, Korea policy?

Rhetoric used on the campaign trail has consequences regardless of who is elected in November

Stephan Haggard May 12, 2016

The North Korean offer: Why now?

Deal of no nuke tests for no U.S.-ROK drills even falls short of Leap Day Deal

Stephan Haggard April 24, 2016