Information related to military issues in North and South Korea
The Syria strike lesson for Kim Jong Un: more missiles
Washington's military options with North Korea are more limited than those with Syria
How lawful are the USA’s military options against North Korea?
Washington's legal basis for a pre-emptive strike would likely be controversial among UN member states
Donald Trump meets Xi Jinping: What did we learn?
Overshadowed by strikes in Syria, talks yielded little in terms of concrete policy shifts
The cause of the tension on the Korean Peninsula: a North Korean perspective
N. Korean researcher argues that the DPRK was forced to pursue a nuclear program by U.S. hostility
Kim Jong Un’s March Activity: Preparing for the Day of the Sun
As Kim Il Sung's birthday approaches, the leadership observes a rocket test and tours construction projects
The night the North Koreans came ashore: the Gangneung incident, 21 years on
Veterans of the Gangneung submarine infiltration incident speak to NK News about infamous landing
Right to self-defense? International law and U.S. options against North Korea
In the first part of a series, we examine the international legality of American options against the DPRK
Reading North Korea news in China: Conspiracy theories and “bathroom language”
Amid Tillerson's visit, state media and the internet speculated on U.S. intentions and Kim Jong Nam
The American-shaped dilemmas facing South Korea’s next President
Could Moon Jae-in recalibrate the alliance with the U.S.?
How N. Korea’s new APCs highlight the KPA’s continued modernization
New generation of armored personnel carriers signals ongoing upgrade of DPRK ground forces