December 10, 2022

Foreign Relations

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US to unveil new North Korea sanctions amid continued deadlock at the UN

US to unveil new North Korea sanctions amid continued deadlock at the UN

More sanctions unlikely to deter Pyongyang from testing nuclear-capable weapons, expert says

US to unveil new North Korea sanctions amid continued deadlock at the UN
Ethan Jewell
Ethan Jewell December 1, 2022
North Korea to hold party plenum in ‘late December’ to discuss annual plans

North Korea to hold party plenum in ‘late December’ to discuss annual plans

Kim Jong Un said 2022 has been year of ‘unprecedented adversity’ at Politburo meeting held Wednesday

North Korea to hold party plenum in ‘late December’ to discuss annual plans
Colin Zwirko
Colin Zwirko December 1, 2022
North Korea warns of ‘violent death’ for ‘political moron’ Yoon Suk-yeol

North Korea warns of ‘violent death’ for ‘political moron’ Yoon Suk-yeol

New propaganda booklet says South Korea conspiring with US to wage nuclear war against DPRK, likens Yoon to dictator

North Korea warns of ‘violent death’ for ‘political moron’ Yoon Suk-yeol
Seung-Yeon Chung
Seung-Yeon Chung | Shreyas Reddy November 30, 2022
China wants North Korea to denuclearize, continue as ‘buffer’ state: Pentagon

China wants North Korea to denuclearize, continue as ‘buffer’ state: Pentagon

New report envisions continued Chinese support for DPRK and intervention on the peninsula in a contingency

China wants North Korea to denuclearize, continue as ‘buffer’ state: Pentagon
Shreyas Reddy
Shreyas Reddy November 30, 2022
South Korean forces head to Guam to join US’ Operation Christmas Drop

South Korean forces head to Guam to join US’ Operation Christmas Drop

North Korea has used US-ROK military activities to justify flurry of ballistic missile tests over past months

South Korean forces head to Guam to join US’ Operation Christmas Drop
Jeongmin Kim
Jeongmin Kim November 29, 2022
Rail trade with North Korea threatened as COVID surges in Chinese border city
NK PRO

Rail trade with North Korea threatened as COVID surges in Chinese border city

China reports rising cases in Dandong, but numbers yet to reach levels that led to last trade shutdown in April

Rail trade with North Korea threatened as COVID surges in Chinese border city
Colin Zwirko
Colin Zwirko November 29, 2022
Deconstructing the US’ ‘hostile policy’ toward North Korea – Ep. 264
Podcast

Deconstructing the US’ ‘hostile policy’ toward North Korea – Ep. 264

Simone Chun discusses the US role in dividing the two Koreas and makes the case for coexistence with the DPRK

Deconstructing the US’ ‘hostile policy’ toward North Korea – Ep. 264
Jacco Zwetsloot
Jacco Zwetsloot | NK News November 29, 2022
Expelled from Chongryon, ex-member hopes to unite Koreans in Japan

Expelled from Chongryon, ex-member hopes to unite Koreans in Japan

Hong Kyung Eui was ousted from the group after urging reform and now says group is a shadow of its former self

Expelled from Chongryon, ex-member hopes to unite Koreans in Japan
Ifang Bremer
Ifang Bremer November 25, 2022
State media review: North Korea rewards greenhouse workers with new homes
NK PRO

State media review: North Korea rewards greenhouse workers with new homes

An in-depth analysis of the country’s rural housing project, fishery production and anti-US and Japan propaganda

State media review: North Korea rewards greenhouse workers with new homes
Seung-Yeon Chung
Seung-Yeon Chung November 24, 2022
Seoul calls on ASEAN to support denuclearization of North Korea

Seoul calls on ASEAN to support denuclearization of North Korea

Southeast Asia’s longstanding relations with Pyongyang could play role in bringing it to negotiating table, expert says

Seoul calls on ASEAN to support denuclearization of North Korea
Shreyas Reddy
Shreyas Reddy November 24, 2022