February 05, 2023

Inter-Korean

Information related to inter-Korean developments

North Korea: The country that cried wolf

North Korea: The country that cried wolf

Shock value from increasing use of threats, provocative acts has worn off

North Korea: The country that cried wolf
Robert Potter
Robert Potter February 23, 2016
Not thinking far enough ahead on N.Korea

Not thinking far enough ahead on N.Korea

Recent responses by both S.Korea, U.S. will most likely have unintended consequences

Not thinking far enough ahead on N.Korea
Robert E. McCoy
Robert E. McCoy February 21, 2016
N.Korea’s nuclear ambitions and possible five-party talks

N.Korea’s nuclear ambitions and possible five-party talks

In the absence of the Six-Party Talks, Park's proposal is an important, but difficult, one

N.Korea’s nuclear ambitions and possible five-party talks
Alexander Fedorovskiy
Alexander Fedorovskiy February 19, 2016
Believing North Korea – when it’s convenient

Believing North Korea – when it’s convenient

Those who say 'take Pyongyang at its word' don’t do so regarding its satellite launches

Believing North Korea – when it’s convenient
David Tizzard
David Tizzard February 19, 2016
As U.S. shifts inward, S.Korea talks going nuclear

As U.S. shifts inward, S.Korea talks going nuclear

Non-interventionist, protectionist trends in U.S. leave Seoul thinking deterrence

As U.S. shifts inward, S.Korea talks going nuclear
Peter Ward
Peter Ward February 17, 2016
I’m sad to see the Kaesong Complex go

I’m sad to see the Kaesong Complex go

Kaesong offered a better life for North Koreans, and its loss will hit S.Korean businesspeople hard

I’m sad to see the Kaesong Complex go
Je Son Lee
Je Son Lee February 16, 2016
Businessman: KIC closure hammers S.Korean SMEs

Businessman: KIC closure hammers S.Korean SMEs

No government compensation for 5,000 Kaesong-affiliated companies not based in complex

Businessman: KIC closure hammers S.Korean SMEs
Ha-young Choi
Ha-young Choi February 15, 2016
Taking North Korea at its word

Taking North Korea at its word

Why we should take more seriously what North Korea tells its own people

Taking North Korea at its word
B.R. Myers
B.R. Myers February 13, 2016
RIP, KIC: Koreans shouldn’t miss you

RIP, KIC: Koreans shouldn’t miss you

It never made sense for the South to funnel even a small amount of money into Northern hands

RIP, KIC: Koreans shouldn’t miss you
John Lee
John Lee February 12, 2016
Experts: Can S.Korea help defectors in China?

Experts: Can S.Korea help defectors in China?

Direct action difficult, but they say defectors can be supported indirectly

Experts: Can S.Korea help defectors in China?
Ha-young Choi
Ha-young Choi February 12, 2016