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Experts say Trump left a net positive on North Korea, but also a domestic mess that will distract Biden from Pyongyang
The North Korean leader spent a lot of time wooing a U.S. president that’s about to be replaced by hardliner Joe Biden
U.S. Ambassador Harry Harris is set to leave Seoul on Thursday and weighed in on diplomacy and U.S.-ROK military drills
South Korean National Assembly member and former DPRK diplomat Thae Yong-ho discusses inter-Korean relations and WMDs
In a New Year’s press conference, President Moon Jae-in says Kim Jong Un is willing to continue denuclearization talks
The eight-day-long event went over failures of the last five years and clarified social, economic and military plans
The U.S. wanted to convince North Korea that it doesn’t need nukes, but Kim is far from persuaded
A new report suggests that two North Korean artists are using a front company to make the DPRK dollars
North Korea pursued economic reform for the last 10 years, but decisions at the Party Congress will undo that progress
Kurt Campbell’s next pivot to Asia strategy involves the U.S. bringing its allies together to pressure North Korea
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