February 18, 2020

Military affairs

Information related to military issues in North and South Korea

What's next? Where North Korea's missile testing goes from here

Experts weigh in on progress made in 2019 — and how Pyongyang's weapons systems will likely evolve in the coming year

Jeongmin Kim February 17, 2020

North Korea making strides in satellite manufacturing and testing: state media

State outlet Naenara boasts Korea Space Association’s recent space science developments

Colin Zwirko February 14, 2020

It's the security guarantees, stupid - NKNews Podcast Ep.114

Retired Lt. Gen. Robert G. Gard, Jr. discusses his experiences of the Korean War and failures in U.S.-DPRK diplomacy

NK News February 11, 2020
NK PRO

North Korea in January 2020: a month in review and what’s ahead

NK Pro has conducted an in-depth analytic review of news on the peninsula for the period between January 1 and 31

NK Pro February 3, 2020

U.S. ready to respond to possible "late Christmas gift" from North Korea: DOD

Defense department official insists U.S. still seeking "diplomatic solution" to DPRK issue

Jeongmin Kim January 30, 2020

Czech gov't foiled North Korean arms smuggling plot, intelligence service says

DPRK diplomat reportedly sought to acquire tank parts and drones, smuggle them through Africa and China

Oliver Hotham January 29, 2020
NK PRO

What to expect at a potential North Korean military parade next month

A February parade could serve as an opportunity to showcase new missile tech without breaching Trump's "red line"

Ankit Panda January 27, 2020
NK PRO

North Korea may be preparing to hold military parade, satellite imagery suggests

Soldier formations appear at Mirim Parade Training Facility in Pyongyang ahead of notable February anniversaries

Colin Zwirko January 23, 2020

Kim Jong Gwan confirmed as North Korea's new defense minister: state media

Promotion notable given Kim's background in state construction works, analyst says

Jeongmin Kim January 21, 2020

How more great power diplomacy could solve the North Korean nuclear problem

A U.S.-China pact to protect their respective client states would put both North and South Korea under nuclear umbrellas

Robert E. McCoy January 21, 2020
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