North Korea in Dec. 2020: A month in review and what’s ahead
An analytical look at the main developments from Dec. 1, 2020 to Dec. 31, 2020
Every month, NK Pro conducts an in-depth analytic review of news on the Korean Peninsula. This Month In Review covers the period of Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, 2020.
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 January.
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- 01No matter what Biden does, North Korea will still accuse him of ‘hostile policy’
- 02Why South Korea’s Democrats are still the best of a bad bunch for North Korea
- 03Kim Jong Un’s battle with teen spirit, foreign media and bureaucracy goes public
- 04The US policy review is finished, but it’s same old, same old to North Korea
- 05Timeline: From Kim Jong Un’s famine reference to a signed cost-sharing deal
- 06Why South Korea can’t stop — and won’t stop — its North Korea outreach
- 07What we lost with North Korea’s dwindled expat population: A diplomat’s account
- 08How Russia and the US could work together on North Korea denuclearization