Information related to the North Korea’s foreign relations
Yoon administration faces uphill battle to reverse demographic trends and change public perceptions about foreigners
Inaction risks encouraging DPRK’s nuclear and missile development, South Korean president tells UN chief
Top White House officials say US seeks to avoid ‘miscalculation,’ as Beijing and Washington at odds on sanctions
Foreign ministry statement latest attempt to undermine international criticism of widespread rights abuses in DPRK
More than two dozen countries to join Rim of the Pacific drills through August, including South Korea and Japan
A seventh test risks spoiling ties with benefactor China, but it’s unclear if that’s enough to deter the regime
Allies have pledged to look for ways to keep trade barriers from impacting defense, but domestic politics is an obstacle
Foreign minister Park Jin states DPRK only needs to make ‘political decision’ to conduct test
Lee Jong-sup’s statement comes as US, South Korea and Japan meet in Singapore to discuss North Korean threats
Southeast Asian nations use tougher language to condemn DPRK launches than in statement earlier this year
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