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Military affairs

Information related to military issues in North and South Korea

How North Korea’s navy was appropriated by the market economy

How North Korea’s navy was appropriated by the market economy

In the 90s, ships meant to police the maritime border became centers of private enterprise

How North Korea’s navy was appropriated by the market economy
Andrei Lankov
Andrei Lankov September 25, 2017
Kim Jong Un’s August appearances: sending a message to the U.S.
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Kim Jong Un’s August appearances: sending a message to the U.S.

The Leader plans more missiles after Washington's snub. But might there be tensions in the ranks?

Kim Jong Un’s August appearances: sending a message to the U.S.
Tristan Webb
Tristan Webb September 13, 2017
Why the ROK-U.S. alliance must have an open debate on deploying nuclear weapons

Why the ROK-U.S. alliance must have an open debate on deploying nuclear weapons

Retired South Korean LTG In-Bum Chun weighs in on the growing debate in the South

Why the ROK-U.S. alliance must have an open debate on deploying nuclear weapons
Chun In-bum
Chun In-bum September 10, 2017
North Korea’s sixth nuclear test: What happens next?

North Korea’s sixth nuclear test: What happens next?

Experts weigh in on possible military and economic measures, and potential response from North Korea

North Korea’s sixth nuclear test: What happens next?
Damin Jung
Damin Jung September 3, 2017
Expert survey: Can the international community slow N. Korea’s missile testing?

Expert survey: Can the international community slow N. Korea’s missile testing?

Scholars weigh in on the potential fallout from Pyongyang's latest missile launch over Japan

Expert survey: Can the international community slow N. Korea’s missile testing?
Damin Jung
Damin Jung August 29, 2017
North Korea now convinced that “time is on their side”: Ralph Cossa

North Korea now convinced that “time is on their side”: Ralph Cossa

President of CSIS Pacific Forum tells NK News that the U.S. has failed to "frighten" the DPRK

North Korea now convinced that “time is on their side”: Ralph Cossa
Chad O'Carroll
Chad O'Carroll August 23, 2017
Drawing a “red line” on North Korea: What’s the point?
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Drawing a “red line” on North Korea: What’s the point?

First Trump, now Moon Jae-in - but such tough talk achieves little

Drawing a “red line” on North Korea: What’s the point?
Aidan Foster-Carter
Aidan Foster-Carter August 18, 2017
Why U.S. military action against North Korea is not imminent

Why U.S. military action against North Korea is not imminent

Despite the rhetoric, a pre-emptive strike on Pyongyang remains unlikely anytime soon

Why U.S. military action against North Korea is not imminent
Daniel Pinkston
Daniel Pinkston August 17, 2017
Despite tension with U.S., all calm in North Korean capital: sources
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Despite tension with U.S., all calm in North Korean capital: sources

Multiple sources report life in Pyongyang remains normal

Despite tension with U.S., all calm in North Korean capital: sources
Chad O'Carroll
Chad O'Carroll August 15, 2017
The United Nations’ latest DPRK Resolution: How will Pyongyang respond?
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The United Nations’ latest DPRK Resolution: How will Pyongyang respond?

The U.S. has called them the toughest measures "in a generation" - Kim Jong Un will likely increase tensions

The United Nations’ latest DPRK Resolution: How will Pyongyang respond?
Chad O'Carroll
Chad O'Carroll August 7, 2017