UN Panel of Experts: How the Panel can better enforce sanctions going forward
Former Panel of Experts members discuss what the Panel can hope to achieve as the will to implement sanctions wanes
Editors note: This is the third article in a five-part series featuring interviews with former members of the U.N. Panel of Experts. (Part 1 is here | Part 2 is here)
With no new U.N. sanctions or designations issued relating to North Korea since 2017, it appears that the geopolitical appetite to decisively support the Panel of Experts (PoE) is declining.
Some important countries are also increasingly less interested in implementing existing North Korea-related sanctions, which has led to squabbling about evidence.
This has allowed the DPRK to continue acquiring technology and inputs for its
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