September 30, 2020

Tag: Foreign Relations

Information related to the North Korea’s foreign relations

UN Panel of Experts: Why North Korea investigations don’t lead to new sanctions

Former Panel of Experts members blame wide range of issues for reticence to issue new sanctions designations

Chad O'Carroll September 29, 2020

Work on China-DPRK ‘bridge to nowhere’ stops amid new COVID-19 border controls

Pandemic and October holiday preparations may have dashed hopes of New Yalu River Bridge’s projected 2020 opening

Colin Zwirko September 25, 2020

North Korea’s killing of a South Korean official spells trouble for Moon Jae-in

The victim’s death likely involved shoot-to-kill orders in place to stop COVID-19 from entering the DPRK. But what now?

Chad O'Carroll September 24, 2020

Hope is not lost: President Biden might actually make progress on North Korea

Many see Joe Biden only as “strategic patience.” But if elected, he may take things in an entirely different direction.

James Fretwell September 23, 2020

October surprise? What to expect from North Korea ahead of the 2020 US election

Precedent suggests that Pyongyang is likely to take wait-and-see posture and act later

Chad O'Carroll September 15, 2020

How South Korea’s entry into the Indo Pacific initiative will impact North Korea

The initiative will help Seoul deal with Pyongyang, no matter what — and it could help keep Chinese influence at bay

Jonathan R. Corrado September 14, 2020

Chinese ships avoid illegally entering North Korean seas as fishing season opens

Ships disappear from location tracking system as they near North Korean border, despite evidence of fishing rights sales

Min Chao Choy September 10, 2020

North Korean moderates need their power back — or nuclear talks won’t succeed

Major political shifts in the DPRK leadership are derailing negotiations today

Thomas Schäfer September 10, 2020

How a small Chinese city exploded into a major port for North Korean trade

150 companies in Dandong were behind around 25% of Chinese exports to North Korea in 2016 — roughly $750 million

Min Chao Choy September 4, 2020

North Korea in Aug. 2020: A month review and what’s ahead

An analytical look at the main developments from Aug. 1, 2020 to Aug. 31, 2020

NK Pro September 2, 2020
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