In the UN’s latest report, worrying trends in N. Korea’s missile, nuclear program
The Panel of Experts' latest findings reveal development continues unabated
Last week, the latest report of the United Nations Panel of Experts established pursuant to resolution 1874 was made publicly available.
The 142-page document covers several aspects of North Korea’s illicit activities in contravention of its obligations under United Nations Security Council resolutions since 2006.
The latest report’s headline findings appear to concern the North Korean regime’s exploitation of new means of illicit financing, including cyber attacks targeting both conventional financial institutions and cryptocurrency exchanges.
Much attention is also devoted to the regime’s reliance on illicit maritime activity to bypass the
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