October 27, 2021

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Nah Liang Tuang

Nah Liang Tuang, Ph.D. is a Research Fellow at the Institute of Defense and Strategic Studies (IDSS), a constituent unit of the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University. His research specialties include nuclear weapons politics, North Korean affairs and the role of nationalism in the defense of small states. The viewpoints and arguments presented in his articles are the author’s own and do not represent any stand of IDSS or RSIS.

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Analysis

North Korea’s new cruise missile: Nothing to worry about?

Alarm over the DPRK’s new weapon is ill-advised, as its main purpose is for signaling rather than military use

Nah Liang TuangNah Liang TuangSeptember 28, 2021
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Analysis

Why North Korea won’t abandon its nuclear weapons without a regime change

The current campaign of punitive economic and strategic pressure is necessary as long as Kim Jong Un is in power

Nah Liang TuangNah Liang TuangAugust 17, 2021
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Why sanctions and pressure are still the best way to denuclearize North Korea

Negotiations and concessions haven't induced the DPRK's nuclear disarmament. Maximum pressure is all that’s left.

Nah Liang TuangNah Liang TuangJune 28, 2021