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Maximum pressure will not convince N. Korea to denuclearize: NSO advisor

Maximum pressure will not convince N. Korea to denuclearize: NSO advisor

In a new book, Professor Kim Yeon-chul shares his assessment of 70 years of inter-Korean dialogue

Maximum pressure will not convince N. Korea to denuclearize: NSO advisor
Dagyum Ji
Dagyum Ji February 27, 2018
Chinese fuel exports to North Korea remain at zero in January
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Chinese fuel exports to North Korea remain at zero in January

Evidence of unrecorded oil trades, however, continues to mount

Chinese fuel exports to North Korea remain at zero in January
Leo Byrne
Leo Byrne February 26, 2018
New Treasury measures: maritime interdictions and the diplomatic off ramp

New Treasury measures: maritime interdictions and the diplomatic off ramp

Friday's sanctions up the pressure on the DPRK, but enforcement remains the perpetual challenge

New Treasury measures: maritime interdictions and the diplomatic off ramp
Stephan Haggard
Stephan Haggard February 25, 2018
UN authorizes €4 million payment to North Korean bank for aid operations
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UN authorizes €4 million payment to North Korean bank for aid operations

Sanctions committee gives green light for transfer to support country team operations inside DPRK

UN authorizes €4 million payment to North Korean bank for aid operations
Chad O'Carroll
Chad O'Carroll February 23, 2018
Sanctioned North Korean oil tanker returns to China
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Sanctioned North Korean oil tanker returns to China

The visit is only the second advertised port arrival in six weeks

Sanctioned North Korean oil tanker returns to China
Leo Byrne
Leo Byrne February 21, 2018
As sanctions began to bite, North Korean exports to China plummeted in 2017
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As sanctions began to bite, North Korean exports to China plummeted in 2017

International pressure cut USD$1.2 billion from the DPRK's export revenues last year, statistics show

As sanctions began to bite, North Korean exports to China plummeted in 2017
Leo Byrne
Leo Byrne February 21, 2018
How the U.S. should respond to Kim Jong Un’s summit offer

How the U.S. should respond to Kim Jong Un’s summit offer

Washington must avoid undermining inter-Korean progress

How the U.S. should respond to Kim Jong Un’s summit offer
Mintaro Oba
Mintaro Oba February 18, 2018
Russian fuel shipments to N. Korea overtook China’s in November: data
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Russian fuel shipments to N. Korea overtook China’s in November: data

Trade figures indicate that shipments continue in smaller quantities, despite U.S. sanctions

Russian fuel shipments to N. Korea overtook China’s in November: data
Leo Byrne
Leo Byrne February 16, 2018
What will happen to North Korean laborers in Russia?

What will happen to North Korean laborers in Russia?

On a two year deadline, some provinces have sought to protect longstanding economic interests

What will happen to North Korean laborers in Russia?
Anthony V. Rinna
Anthony V. Rinna February 15, 2018
Chinese imports of North Korean textiles fall sharply in December
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Chinese imports of North Korean textiles fall sharply in December

Decrease in line with UN resolutions, which came into effect on December 11

Chinese imports of North Korean textiles fall sharply in December
Leo Byrne
Leo Byrne February 14, 2018