The apocalyptic fears of North Korean nukes tend to translate into a compulsion toward intensifying the alliance with the US, which leaves us vulnerable to Washington’s more unreasonable and ...
APLN Policy Fellow Joel Petersson Ivre writes on Seoul's need for farsighted policy to respond to North Korean weapons threats while also managing ties with China.
This report proposes a plan to reengage the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) with the international community.
Dr. Susan Koch writes on political mobilization for a Cooperative Threat Reduction Plus (CTR Plus) initiative with the DPRK.
Carlos Sorreta highlights the dangers of the revival of the logic behind nuclear deterrence brought about by the war in Ukraine.
DAUM NEWS - The Sejong Institute has predicted that there is a high possibility of an armed demonstration by the DPRK on the occasion of the 110th anniversary of the 'Day of the Sun.'
John Carlson argues that the real lesson from Russia’s war on Ukraine for the DPRK should be the critical importance of diplomacy and engagement to resolve differences.
Chung-in Moon, Gabriela Bernal, Markus Garlauskas, and Na Young Lee share their analysis on the implications of North Korea’s recent activities.
Brad Babson explores institutional funding arrangements for a Cooperative Threat Reduction Plus program with the DPRK.
Eunjung Lim, Associate Professor at the Division of International Studies at Kongju National University, argues that the Russia-Ukraine war makes it more difficult for the new South Korean government ...