December 06, 2021

WMD

Information related to North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs

Former IAEA official: DPRK unlikely to invite inspectors without nuclear deal

Former IAEA official: DPRK unlikely to invite inspectors without nuclear deal

Laura Rockwood, who helped negotiate 1992 Safeguards Agreement, says DPRK has ‘residual angst’ about nuclear agency

Former IAEA official: DPRK unlikely to invite inspectors without nuclear deal
Jeongmin Kim
Jeongmin Kim November 10, 2021
Despite the hype, North Korea and US won’t play ball on ending the Korean War
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Despite the hype, North Korea and US won’t play ball on ending the Korean War

Seoul is insistent, but Pyongyang and Washington are stuck on what comes first: denuclearization or sanctions relief

Despite the hype, North Korea and US won’t play ball on ending the Korean War
James Fretwell
James Fretwell November 8, 2021
North Korea casts itself as victim of US vilification over nuclear capabilities

North Korea casts itself as victim of US vilification over nuclear capabilities

At UN, DPRK diplomat calls it hypocritical to criticize its weapons tests but not those of US, South Korea

North Korea casts itself as victim of US vilification over nuclear capabilities
Chaewon Chung
Chaewon Chung November 5, 2021
Timeline: From North Korea’s new missile to South Korea’s first rocket
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Timeline: From North Korea’s new missile to South Korea’s first rocket

NK Pro timeline charts the key events from October 1 to October 31

Timeline: From North Korea’s new missile to South Korea’s first rocket
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NK Pro November 3, 2021
North Korea in October 2021: A month in review and what’s ahead
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North Korea in October 2021: A month in review and what’s ahead

An analytical look at the main developments from October 1, 2021 to October 31, 2021

North Korea in October 2021: A month in review and what’s ahead
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NK Pro November 3, 2021
Why Kishida is unlikely to improve Japan’s ties with the two Koreas

Why Kishida is unlikely to improve Japan’s ties with the two Koreas

New Japanese prime minister unlikely to break through Tokyo's disillusionment with Seoul and disinterest in Pyongyang

Why Kishida is unlikely to improve Japan’s ties with the two Koreas
Yeo Hyun-jun
Yeo Hyun-jun October 31, 2021
China and Russia submit proposal to ease UN sanctions on North Korea: sources

China and Russia submit proposal to ease UN sanctions on North Korea: sources

Draft sent to UN Security Council cites DPRK’s lack of nuclear and long-range missile tests in recent years

China and Russia submit proposal to ease UN sanctions on North Korea: sources
Chad O'Carroll
Chad O'Carroll October 30, 2021
Moscow urges all parties not to ‘increase tension’ on the Korean Peninsula

Moscow urges all parties not to ‘increase tension’ on the Korean Peninsula

Seoul asks Moscow to continue helping denuclearization process, but experts question how much Moscow can deliver

Moscow urges all parties not to ‘increase tension’ on the Korean Peninsula
Won-Gi Jung
Won-Gi Jung October 28, 2021
North Korea-Iran relations: Overview, analysis and what to expect going forward
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North Korea-Iran relations: Overview, analysis and what to expect going forward

Pyongyang and Tehran's WMD and conventional weapons proliferation threatens Northeast Asia, the Middle East and the U.S.

North Korea-Iran relations: Overview, analysis and what to expect going forward
James Fretwell
James Fretwell October 26, 2021
NK PRO Briefing: An open source review of Iran-DPRK relations
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NK PRO Briefing: An open source review of Iran-DPRK relations

A discussion featuring North Korea analyst James Fretwell, Iran specialist Negar Mortazavi and missile expert Tal Inbar

NK PRO Briefing: An open source review of Iran-DPRK relations
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NK Pro October 26, 2021
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