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New North Korean nuclear activity ‘deeply troubling’: IAEA
News

New North Korean nuclear activity ‘deeply troubling’: IAEA

Nuclear watchdog suggests Yongbyon reactor may be operating for first time in three years

New North Korean nuclear activity ‘deeply troubling’: IAEA
Colin ZwirkoColin Zwirko August 30, 2021
Don’t sugarcoat it: Why candor is the best policy with North Korea
Analysis

Don’t sugarcoat it: Why candor is the best policy with North Korea

Ambassador Thomas Schäfer’s book shows the value of speaking truth to power about the unjust system under Kim Jong Un

Don’t sugarcoat it: Why candor is the best policy with North Korea
Roberta CohenRoberta Cohen August 30, 2021
Amid economic crash, DPRK tried to import $1 million in Lexus vehicles in 2020
News

Amid economic crash, DPRK tried to import $1 million in Lexus vehicles in 2020

North Korea sought to acquire Lexus SUVs through China despite limited trade during pandemic, PoE report shows

Amid economic crash, DPRK tried to import $1 million in Lexus vehicles in 2020
Chad O'CarrollChad O'Carroll August 26, 2021
North Korea exports beer made with rice to China after declaring food crisis
News

North Korea exports beer made with rice to China after declaring food crisis

Pyongyang sold $40,000 in beer to Beijing in July in first booze exports of 2021, according to Chinese trade data

North Korea exports beer made with rice to China after declaring food crisis
Colin ZwirkoColin Zwirko August 25, 2021
North Korean illicit trade nosedives during pandemic, PoE report finds
News

North Korean illicit trade nosedives during pandemic, PoE report finds

COVID-19 'significantly affected' North Korea’s ability to clandestinely export coal, import fuel products

North Korean illicit trade nosedives during pandemic, PoE report finds
Chad O'CarrollChad O'Carroll August 24, 2021
Sports, not sanctions, will encourage North Korea to denuclearize: ROK governor
Interviews

Sports, not sanctions, will encourage North Korea to denuclearize: ROK governor

In exclusive interview, Choi Moon-soon also says anti-DPRK leaflets are ‘ineffective’ and threaten local citizens’ lives

Sports, not sanctions, will encourage North Korea to denuclearize: ROK governor
Jeongmin KimJeongmin Kim August 24, 2021
Sanctions obstacles: The fate of Moon Jae-in’s inter-Korean economic projects
Analysis

Sanctions obstacles: The fate of Moon Jae-in’s inter-Korean economic projects

The Kaesong Industrial Complex, Kumgang tourism and infrastructure improvements all face unique sanctions challenges

Sanctions obstacles: The fate of Moon Jae-in’s inter-Korean economic projects
Chad O'CarrollChad O'Carroll | Gabriela Bernal August 20, 2021
South Korea detaining North Korea-linked ship suspected of sanctions violations
Investigations

South Korea detaining North Korea-linked ship suspected of sanctions violations

Exclusive NK News photos show impounded Mongolia-flagged ship held in waters off South Korea's coast

South Korea detaining North Korea-linked ship suspected of sanctions violations
EXCLUSIVE: DPRK-linked ships move illicit coal to China for ‘humanitarian aid’
Analysis

EXCLUSIVE: DPRK-linked ships move illicit coal to China for ‘humanitarian aid’

UN Panel of Experts investigates possible ‘coal for food’ program as economy, agriculture face crises in North Korea

EXCLUSIVE: DPRK-linked ships move illicit coal to China for ‘humanitarian aid’
Chad O'CarrollChad O'Carroll August 18, 2021
North Korea may soon receive textbooks, medical equipment from US-based NGO
News

North Korea may soon receive textbooks, medical equipment from US-based NGO

Group plans to send South Korean medical equipment to Pyongyang hospital after UN extends another sanctions waiver

North Korea may soon receive textbooks, medical equipment from US-based NGO
Jeongmin KimJeongmin Kim August 16, 2021
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