March 04, 2021

Sanctions

Information related to sanctions developments

US omits North Korea from keynote speech on foreign policy priorities

Omission despite Biden’s pledge to liaise closely with partners like South Korea

Chad O'Carroll March 3, 2021
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Panel investigates North Korean weapon used in Mogadishu attack on UN compound

Unreleased United Nations report traces mortar in Somalia to DPRK, describes weapons trade across Africa

Min Chao Choy March 3, 2021
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North Korea in Feb. 2021: A month in review and what’s ahead

An analytical look at the main developments from Feb. 1, 2021 to Feb. 28, 2021

NK Pro March 3, 2021

US lawmakers aim for quicker and easier humanitarian assistance for North Korea

A bill in Congress promises to help U.S. humanitarian workers overcome "bureaucratic roadblocks"

Jeongmin Kim March 3, 2021
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Timeline: From Washington’s foreign policy moves to South Korea’s leaky border

NK Pro timeline charts the key events from Feb. 1 - Feb. 28

NK Pro March 2, 2021

North Korea is a ‘serious threat’ to peace and security: US Ambassador to the UN

Washington’s newly-confirmed U.N. ambassador stresses the importance of denuclearization and diplomacy

Jeongmin Kim March 2, 2021
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Thousands of North Koreans left Russia in 2020 while new visas dropped by 52%

New government data suggests that 14,000 North Koreans left Russia last year while about 1,800 entered the country

Min Chao Choy March 1, 2021

North Korea must ‘show some good faith’ for sanctions to be lifted: US official

After the Hanoi Summit ended in a no-deal two years ago, a US representative calls on Biden to be ‘more strategic’

Kelly Kasulis February 24, 2021
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Japan’s back in the North Korea game, but it faces nearly impossible challenges

North Korea’s long-range nuclear threat could overshadow Japan’s other security priorities

James Fretwell February 23, 2021

North Korea and Thailand are cozying up after sanctions choked their friendship

Officials from both countries met in Bangkok last week, years after U.N. regulations put a halt to their budding trade

Colin Zwirko February 23, 2021
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