August 11, 2022

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Australia and Canada to join US-ROK-Japan missile detection drills: Sources

Australia and Canada to join US-ROK-Japan missile detection drills: Sources

Participants will publicize biennial Pacific Dragon exercises for the first time since 2016, sources tell NK News

Australia and Canada to join US-ROK-Japan missile detection drills: Sources
Chaewon Chung
Chaewon Chung June 23, 2022
South Korea’s tilt toward US risks stalling growing ties with Southeast Asia
KOREA PRO

South Korea’s tilt toward US risks stalling growing ties with Southeast Asia

Seoul’s embrace of new ‘Indo-Pacific strategy’ will require efforts to reassure partners of its commitment to region

South Korea’s tilt toward US risks stalling growing ties with Southeast Asia
Sea Young (Sarah) Kim
Sea Young (Sarah) Kim June 23, 2022
‘Everything is just fine!’: North Korean vloggers launch new selfie propaganda

‘Everything is just fine!’: North Korean vloggers launch new selfie propaganda

State media deploys fake Twitter account to promote latest foreign outreach campaign on abundance amid pandemic

‘Everything is just fine!’: North Korean vloggers launch new selfie propaganda
Colin Zwirko
Colin Zwirko June 23, 2022
Yoon spurns balancing between US and China with foreign policy picks
KOREA PRO

Yoon spurns balancing between US and China with foreign policy picks

Many appointees to key posts specialize in US relations as new president seeks closer alignment with Washington

Yoon spurns balancing between US and China with foreign policy picks
Hyun-jun Yeo
Hyun-jun Yeo June 22, 2022
Denuclearizing North Korea has failed. But we shouldn’t give up on arms control.

Denuclearizing North Korea has failed. But we shouldn’t give up on arms control.

Reassessing four decades of efforts to curb Pyongyang’s WMD program shows the need for new goals going forward

Denuclearizing North Korea has failed. But we shouldn’t give up on arms control.
Aidan Foster-Carter
Aidan Foster-Carter June 21, 2022
Abandoning phaseout, South Korea moves to get nuclear exports back on track
KOREA PRO

Abandoning phaseout, South Korea moves to get nuclear exports back on track

Seoul has set ambitious targets for building power plants abroad, as companies bet on burgeoning small reactor market

Abandoning phaseout, South Korea moves to get nuclear exports back on track
Karl Friedhoff
Karl Friedhoff June 21, 2022
South Korean sanctions would fill gaps in UN measures against North Korea: Seoul

South Korean sanctions would fill gaps in UN measures against North Korea: Seoul

Yoon administration has warned it will announce unilateral designations if DPRK conducts another nuclear test

South Korean sanctions would fill gaps in UN measures against North Korea: Seoul
Chaewon Chung
Chaewon Chung June 21, 2022
The untold story of Kim Jong Un’s older brother – NKNews Podcast Ep. 241
Podcast

The untold story of Kim Jong Un’s older brother – NKNews Podcast Ep. 241

Emilia Brock and Lucas Reilly discuss the life and murder of Kim Jong Nam, North Korea’s ‘forgotten prince’

The untold story of Kim Jong Un’s older brother – NKNews Podcast Ep. 241
Jacco Zwetsloot
Jacco Zwetsloot | NK News June 21, 2022
To attract the crème de la crème, South Korea floats immigration shakeup
KOREA PRO

To attract the crème de la crème, South Korea floats immigration shakeup

Yoon administration faces uphill battle to reverse demographic trends and change public perceptions about foreigners

To attract the crème de la crème, South Korea floats immigration shakeup
James Fretwell
James Fretwell June 20, 2022
Yoon calls for ‘resolute’ UN response to North Korea’s weapons tests

Yoon calls for ‘resolute’ UN response to North Korea’s weapons tests

Inaction risks encouraging DPRK’s nuclear and missile development, South Korean president tells UN chief

Yoon calls for ‘resolute’ UN response to North Korea’s weapons tests
Chaewon Chung
Chaewon Chung June 17, 2022
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