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James Hoare discusses the difficulty of establishing bilateral ties and why he thinks relations are unlikely to improve
Gordon Flake discusses a historic year of launches, the role of the Quad and AUKUS in Northeast Asia and more
North Korean leader’s sister also confirms two rockets fired on Sunday while railing against ROK detection capabilities
Fear of ROK security laws appears to drive decision to blur photos, even though this impedes accurate domestic analysis
Pyongyang to finalize reconnaissance satellite plans by early 2023 after ‘successful’ rocket launch Sunday
Textbooks depict Joseon-era Korea as a feudal society in need of revolution that nonetheless repelled foreign invaders
Denuclearizing the DPRK is secondary to the greater goal of preserving South Korea’s democracy and economy
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