April 16, 2024

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Terrence Matsuo

Terrence Matsuo

Terrence Matsuo is the Washington correspondent for NK News. He previously supported research and reporting for several American and Japanese organizations.

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US ‘ready to negotiate’ with North Korea again, State Department official says

U.S. deputy special representative for North Korea also underscores the importance of working with China on DPRK issues

Terrence MatsuoTerrence MatsuoAugust 5, 2020
News

Trump: US doing ‘fine’ on North Korea, but 2020 elections slowing progress

Countries like North Korea would be trying to strike a deal "within 24 hours" if it weren't an election year, Trump says

Terrence MatsuoTerrence MatsuoAugust 5, 2020
News

North Korea’s nuclear and missile program remains a threat, top US admiral says

Admiral Charles A. Richard's remarks come amid reports that the U.N. believes North Korea has miniature nuclear warheads

Terrence MatsuoTerrence MatsuoAugust 4, 2020
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North Korean women suffer ‘gender-specific’ abuses, new UN report says

Interviews with 100 female defectors detail sexual assault, forced labor and food deprivation in the DPRK

Terrence MatsuoTerrence MatsuoJuly 28, 2020
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US congressman pushes for peace deal with North Korea on armistice anniversary

U.S. politicians said that peace is important for disarmament and regional stability

Terrence MatsuoTerrence MatsuoJuly 27, 2020
COVID-19

‘Runaway’ causes first suspected COVID-19 case in North Korea, state media says

North Korean leader issues lockdown for Kaesong, raises “top-class alert”

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Democratic Party shares draft North Korea policy pushing diplomacy, human rights

Draft party document slams Trump administration for weakening American alliances

Terrence MatsuoTerrence MatsuoJuly 22, 2020
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Biegun: China not ‘faithful’ on sanctions, but still in the ‘right direction’

The U.S. deputy secretary of state also called for the U.S. and South Korea to “rejuvenate” their alliance

Terrence MatsuoTerrence MatsuoJuly 22, 2020
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Mark Esper: Ignoring DPRK sanctions part of Chinese ‘catalog of bad behavior’

Secretary of Defense Mark Esper says he hopes to visit China to discuss sanctions enforcement by the end of 2020

Terrence MatsuoTerrence MatsuoJuly 21, 2020
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No ‘evidence yet’ of another summit between US and North Korea, Pompeo says

Secretary Michael Pompeo says summit possible only if “there’s something they can accomplish”

Terrence MatsuoTerrence MatsuoJuly 18, 2020