Almost three months on, what’s changed since the Hanoi summit?
NK Pro timeline charts the key developments since February
Next Tuesday will mark three months since the surprise no-deal Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi, Vietnam.
In the following weeks, North Korea has held a summit with Vladimir Putin in Vladivostok, tested multiple missiles, and condemned the U.S. for seizing the Wise Honest cargo ship.
And as South Korea prepares to boost efforts to provide humanitarian aid to the North and works toward holding another inter-Korean summit ahead of a planned meeting with President Trump in late June, we pinpoint some of the key events that put the present political milieu into context.[p
- 01Wollo-ri: nuclear warhead storage area, manufacturing site, or military academy?
- 02Satellite internet in North Korea: past, present, and future
- 03Six months since border closures, fears of COVID-19 mount in North Korea
- 04North Korea’s July Politburo meeting: what was discussed and why it matters
- 05How Moon’s diplomatic and security reshuffle may impact North Korea
- 06From Voice of America to Voice of Trump? The future of U.S. radio in North Korea
- 07Timeline: from rising inter-Korean tensions to a “suspension” of military plans
- 08North Korea in June 2020: a month in review and what’s ahead