Washington has exhausted options to denuclearize North Korea and now must prioritize preventing it from attacking U.S., allies, experts say
Seoul wants to see Washington and Pyongyang normalize their relations before North Korea gives up its nuclear weapons, but experts say neither party would pursue that path
South Korean president's plan designed to incentivize Pyongyang's denuclearization will eventually need to address human rights, experts say
Lee Shin-hwa says improving human rights in North Korea is a matter of 'survival' for those living under the Kim regime
Modernization of Japan's forces would support Washington's effort to bolster trilateral ties with South Korea and Japan, analysts say
President Yoon Suk Yeol is the first South Korean leader to attend the NATO summit and his presence will underscore his pledge to expand Seoul's global reach to involve dealing with threats from China, Russia and North Korea
North Korea may have opted out of conducting a country-wide COVID-19 vaccination due to medical and technical hurdles involved in a massive immunization program
In such a case, US must reinforce South Korean defenses, sanction Chinese, Russian entities supporting Pyongyang's weapons program, experts say
Beijing likely to escalate tension with Seoul, whose policies align with US efforts to curb Chinese expansion in Indo-Pacific region
Experts say North Korea may see an opportunity to pursue its long-term goal of breaking South Korea’s alliance with the US
Pyongyang’s hackers are exploiting a major loophole in cryptocurrency exchange regulations to steal millions of dollars to fund its nuclear weapons and missile programs.
After more than two years of stalled denuclearization talks with North Korea, some experts are wondering if Trump-style personal diplomacy might be the way to reengage Kim Jong Un.
Pyongyang demolished tunnels at the nuclear test facility in May 2018 as invited foreign journalists watched the detonation.
Missile defense expert said the missiles have capabilities that leave South Korea with few options.
Recent speech by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that made no mention of the US or South Korea went unreported by official media.
US president should not delay filling position, which has been vacant since 2017, rights organizations say.
Washington’s coalition-building strategy is based on human rights.
North Korea is known for its repressive human rights practices, including forced labor and torture, particularly inside its notorious political prison camps.
South Korea is facing a dilemma over whether to join the Biden administration’s boycott of the Beijing Winter Olympics.