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The Art of the North Korean Deal - Project Syndicate

More than two decades of nuclear diplomacy with North Korea have highlighted the need to resolve two fundamental dilemmas. And, while past political leaders have preferred to sweep them under the carpet, Donald Trump's untraditional leadership and ...and more »

Forget sanctions, reining in North Korea will need a whole new approach - The Conversation AU

Lully Miura receives funding from Ministry Of Foreign Affairs of Japan as a project member of Security Studies Unit at Policy Alternatives Research Institute, the University of Tokyo . Partners. View all partners. Republish this article. Republish our ...and more »

Decoding Kim Jong-un: What North Korea's Leader Wants - Forbes

Inside Asia , Contributor Commentary curated by Forbes Asia. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Guest post written by. Jasper Kim. Mr. Kim is director of the Center for Conflict Management at Ewha University and chief executive of ...and more »

The Pukguksong-2: A Higher Degree of Mobility, Survivability and Responsiveness - 38 North

Sources in the United States, South Korea and Japan reported that North Korea launched a ballistic missile over the weekend. North Korea has been hinting at an intercontinental ballistic missile test since the beginning of the year, but this was no ...and more »

Trump and North Korea - Foreign Affairs

In the next four years, North Korea is poised to cross a dangerous threshold by finally developing the capability to hit the continental United States with a nuclear missile. That ability would present a direct threat to the United States and could ...and more »

How US could stop a North Korean missile - CNN

(CNN) North Korea's test of a ballistic missile last month showed new, more dangerous capabilities in its missile program, but the Pentagon says the US and its Asian allies have defenses to deal with threat. When North Korea launched the missile on ...and more »

With Trump in White House, Japan's Abe predicts tougher stance on North Korea - Christian Science Monitor

After meeting with US President Trump, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said that he expected the US stance toward North Korea to become tougher than before. President Trump (2nd from r.) sits down to dinner with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe ...and more »

Don't count on China to rein in North Korea. Here's why. - Washington Post

On Jan. 2, then President-elect Donald Trump tweeted a promise that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un would not be allowed to develop an intercontinental ballistic missile armed with a nuclear bomb. In a second tweet, Trump complained that China “won't ...and more »

North Korea's Missile Threats to the US May Not Be Empty for Long - Scientific American

North Korea's Sohae Satellite Launch Station, as seen by a satellite in November 2012. Credit: Getty Images. Advertisement. North Korea has always talked the talk, and now it seems to be walking the walk as never before. The nuclear-armed rogue nation ...and more »

North Korea Claims Progress on Long-Range Goal With Missile Test - New York Times

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea claimed on Monday that it had successfully tested a new type of nuclear-capable missile, one that uses a solid-fuel technology that American experts say will make it easier for the country to hide its arsenal ...and more »