North Korea in August 2021: A month in review and what’s ahead
An analytical look at the main developments from August 1, 2021 to August 31, 2021
Every month, NK Pro conducts an in-depth analytic review of news on the Korean Peninsula. This Month In Review covers the period of August 1, 2021 to August 31, 2021.
In addition to an executive summary providing top-line findings, the following review includes detailed analysis on a wide range of other specialist focus areas.
Furthermore, it also includes a look ahead at the five events likely to create news in September.
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- 01Japan’s next leader has a chance to reshape the country’s North Korea policy
- 02After military parade, Kim Jong Un takes another two-week break from public view
- 03The contentious field of North Korean studies: Schools of thought and divisions
- 04NK Pro briefing: Why satellite imagery plays a critical role in DPRK research
- 05North Korean disinfection zone still not operating despite activity: imagery
- 06North Korea’s new train-launched missiles are impressive, but not a game-changer
- 07With foreign minister’s visit, China seeks to coax Seoul away from US
- 08South Korea’s new SLBMs are a signal to North Korea and the United States
- 09North Korean company may have acquired superalloy used in nukes, missiles: PoE
- 10Changes to North Korea’s Foreign Trade Law point to tightening of state control