Information related to the North Korea’s foreign relations
The DPRK said it will continue developing nuclear strike capabilities, but it still left the door open for diplomacy
Analysts weigh in on North Korea’s relationship with Seoul and Washington, plus the DPRK’s economic outlook in 2021
At Eighth Party Congress, Kim Jong Un also vows not to use nuclear weapons unless DPRK sovereignty is threatened
State Department says North Korean, Chinese, Russian and Iranian cyber threat has increased since 2019
State media says that North Korea will “expand and develop” foreign relations in the future
Biden recently picked Wendy Sherman, Kathleen Hicks, Victoria Nuland and Colin Kahl to join his team
Many carrots have been dangled in front of the DPRK, but leaders don’t want economic growth to ruin their political sway
In a likely push for trade, Pyongyang and Beijing poured resources into roads and other projects for a post-COVID-19 era
A letter from China’s communist party came hot off the state press, but still nothing from other socialist allies
Kim spoke on the country’s “underachieved” economic plan for a massive political event that will take several days
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