Tag: pyongyang

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean leader Moon Jae-in walking along the demilitarised zone

Moon’s foreign policy on North Korean denuclearisation

South Korea’s response to the enduring foreign policy challenge to its north is neither moonshine nor something to be over the moon about, Chenjun Wang […]

Hands on fence

US and North Korea: More in common than meets the eye

Though nuclear negotiations steal the show, the US and North Korea both have a troubling record of whisking people off the streets and out of […]

Decoding the Trump-Kim Summit: what happened, and what is to come?

North Korea has vowed to take steps towards denuclearisation, but evidence shows we shouldn’t hold our breath. The shortfalls of the summit in June leave […]

A method to North Korea’s madness?

In a time of renewed tension on the Korean Peninsula, one fact remains unchanged: North Korea has rationality in spades, writes Kate Crompton. Almost like […]