September 28, 2022

Sanctions

Information related to sanctions developments

Brit sought for North Korea sanctions breach says US law doesn’t apply to him

Brit sought for North Korea sanctions breach says US law doesn’t apply to him

Christopher Emms says he’s only willing to face charges in UK for his role in 2019 crypto conference in Pyongyang

Brit sought for North Korea sanctions breach says US law doesn’t apply to him
Chad O'Carroll
Chad O'Carroll July 15, 2022
After Kyiv severs ties, North Korea’s Ukrainian jets face uncertain future

After Kyiv severs ties, North Korea’s Ukrainian jets face uncertain future

Pyongyang could run into problems with maintenance for two Antonov planes it purchased in 2013, experts say

After Kyiv severs ties, North Korea’s Ukrainian jets face uncertain future
Chad O'Carroll
Chad O'Carroll July 14, 2022
Why the US should treat North Korean cyberattacks as seriously as missile tests
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Why the US should treat North Korean cyberattacks as seriously as missile tests

Washington has failed to revamp its strategy in response to DPRK cyber operations, imperiling denuclearization efforts

Why the US should treat North Korean cyberattacks as seriously as missile tests
Kangkyu Lee
Kangkyu Lee July 13, 2022
North Korea ramps up fuel trade in second quarter from pandemic lows: Imagery
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North Korea ramps up fuel trade in second quarter from pandemic lows: Imagery

Activity at coal terminals suggests sanctions violations, with oil imports from China likely increasing from last year

North Korea ramps up fuel trade in second quarter from pandemic lows: Imagery
Ethan Jewell
Ethan Jewell July 12, 2022
North Korean ‘provocations’ only lead to its isolation: Seoul’s foreign minister

North Korean ‘provocations’ only lead to its isolation: Seoul’s foreign minister

Park Jin says South Korea should compel Pyongyang to denuclearize through both sanctions and dialogue

North Korean ‘provocations’ only lead to its isolation: Seoul’s foreign minister
Jeongmin Kim
Jeongmin Kim July 11, 2022
Seoul condemns North Korea for using ROK company’s assets without permission

Seoul condemns North Korea for using ROK company’s assets without permission

Unification ministry says DPRK appeared to operate South Korean bus in Kaesong, after removing assets earlier this year

Seoul condemns North Korea for using ROK company’s assets without permission
Jeongmin Kim
Jeongmin Kim July 11, 2022
Shinzo Abe, key advocate for resolution of abduction issue, dead at 67

Shinzo Abe, key advocate for resolution of abduction issue, dead at 67

Japan’s longest-serving prime minister dies after being shot in the late Friday morning

Shinzo Abe, key advocate for resolution of abduction issue, dead at 67
Chaewon Chung
Chaewon Chung July 8, 2022
North Korea likely acquired ship that sailed from Busan to Nampho: Investigation
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North Korea likely acquired ship that sailed from Busan to Nampho: Investigation

Expert says vessel’s new flag and owner suggest DPRK leveraged companies and foreign nationals to evade sanctions

North Korea likely acquired ship that sailed from Busan to Nampho: Investigation
Efforts to stop North Korea from acquiring nukes a ‘collective failure’: IAEA

Efforts to stop North Korea from acquiring nukes a ‘collective failure’: IAEA

Chief of atomic energy agency says DPRK amassing sizable arsenal and that nuclear test could happen ‘any day’

Efforts to stop North Korea from acquiring nukes a ‘collective failure’: IAEA
Chaewon Chung
Chaewon Chung July 7, 2022
US-ROK forces practice seizing ships in sign of tougher stance on North Korea

US-ROK forces practice seizing ships in sign of tougher stance on North Korea

Expert says drills suggest efforts to stop sanctions evasion, but commandeering vessels is risky and potentially illegal

US-ROK forces practice seizing ships in sign of tougher stance on North Korea
Ethan Jewell
Ethan Jewell July 6, 2022
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