Who are Biden’s potential advisors, and how will they affect North Korea policy?
Biden's advisors will likely support pressuring North Korea toward talks that could facilitate an interim arms deal
Now that President-elect Biden is gearing up to take the White house, analysts everywhere are anxious to know how his administration will approach North Korea starting in 2021.
So far, it’s unclear who Biden’s key foreign relations and security picks will be — but there’s already plenty of buzz about possible contenders, many of whom have a history of speaking on U.S.-North Korea relations.
BIDEN’S TRANSITION TEAM
The Biden team has revealed some of the personnel who are helping to staff up the leadership at the Department of State
- 01Iranian nuclear scientist’s death will likely fuel North Korean fears of the US
- 02Document: New UN sanctions exemptions guidelines for North Korea-related aid
- 03North Korea is on a crusade against drugs, crime and ‘capitalist culture’
- 04Timeline: From Pyongyang’s election silence to trade dips and Politburo meetings
- 05Why the killing of an Iranian nuclear scientist can’t inform North Korea policy
- 06Biden’s win is a bad omen for China — and that will strain the two Koreas
- 07Where Biden’s top foreign policy picks stand on North Korea
- 08Empty shelves and food shortages: Why things are looking grim in North Korea
- 09A titan among trucks: What North Korea’s ‘monster’ Hwasong-16 TEL really means
- 10North Korea building ‘youth theaters’ for political rallies, ping-pong and music