Ankit Panda is an adjunct senior fellow at the Federation of American Scientists and an international security analyst. He is also a senior editor at The Diplomat. Follow him on Twitter at @nktpnd.
The incredible testing activity this month by Pyongyang raises questions about what April might bring
Pyongyang's missile ambitions show no signs of abating
The KN-25 now appears set to become a mainstay of the KPA’s short-range missile forces
Monday's "long-range artillery" drill by the DPRK could mark the beginning of a sustained period of military activity
A February parade could serve as an opportunity to showcase new missile tech without breaching Trump's "red line"
Saturday's test represents an emphatic step by the DPRK to push back on one of the achievements of the Singapore summit
As the DPRK's end-of-year deadline looms, the move will ensure greater crisis responsiveness should tensions resurface
As diplomacy has stalled, Pyongyang has enhanced its already-formidable conventional war-fighting capability
The DPRK remains committed to developing a sea-leg for its nuclear forces
Images appear to show a 600mm MLRS system and suggest three, not two, rockets were launched
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