March 01, 2024

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jonathan R. Corrado

Jonathan R. Corrado

As director of policy for The Korea Society, an American non-profit organization, Jonathan Corrado regularly writes and speaks about security, diplomacy, and socioeconomic change on the Korean Peninsula and the surrounding region. He is the author of a series of papers for the United Nations Program in Support of Peace and Cooperation in Northeast Asia, and he has presented at international relations conferences hosted by Oxford, Harvard, and Johns Hopkins universities, as well as in Geneva and Brussels. Jonathan previously served as a translator for Daily NK, a due diligence investigator for Steele Compliance Solutions, and an intern research analyst for the Congressional Research Service (CRS). He is a graduate of the Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign Service M.A. in Asian Studies Program.

Analysis

Europe’s role in diplomacy on the Korean peninsula: enabler, intermediary, example

The EU can play a crucial part in shoring up the U.S.-ROK strategy to induce Pyongyang to denuclearize

Jonathan R. CorradoJonathan R. CorradoJuly 9, 2019
Analysis

Will Democrats in the House change U.S. direction on North Korea?

An increasingly hawkish Foreign Affairs Committee stands to have significant influence on policy

Jonathan R. CorradoJonathan R. CorradoJanuary 17, 2019
Analysis

What an OPCON transfer could mean for the U.S.-South Korea Alliance

A transfer of command would likely strengthen, not weaken, the allies

Jonathan R. CorradoJonathan R. CorradoDecember 25, 2018
Analysis

Why the U.S. midterm elections matter for North Korea

Voters largely support rapprochement, but a Democratic victory might see a more hawkish Congress emerge

Jonathan R. CorradoJonathan R. CorradoNovember 5, 2018
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How will the U.S.-China trade war affect talks with North Korea?

A drawn-out dispute could undermine sanctions and limit economic cooperation in the event of a deal

Jonathan R. CorradoJonathan R. CorradoSeptember 27, 2018
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What comes first, denuclearization or a peace treaty?

Bridging the gap between the North and the U.S. on the specifics of sequencing remains a tricky prospect

Jonathan R. CorradoJonathan R. CorradoSeptember 19, 2018
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North Korea’s economic reintegration: past lessons from former pariah states

Precedent suggests institutional change is essential for real development

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Soft power and foreign investment: how North Korea might sell itself to the world

Lessons from China suggest any attempt to use propaganda internationally may fall on deaf ears

Jonathan R. CorradoJonathan R. CorradoJuly 26, 2018
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Facilitate or obstruct? Congress’s powers in North Korean deal-making

U.S. lawmakers will play a key role in everything from a peace treaty to sanctions reduction

Jonathan R. CorradoJonathan R. CorradoJune 1, 2018
Analysis

How sanctions are likely changing North Korea’s strategic calculus

Pyongyang is using both diplomacy and illicit revenue streams to mitigate the impact of UNSC measures

Jonathan R. CorradoJonathan R. CorradoApril 30, 2018