Regions / North Korea
New U.S. documents reveal Washington's complicity with dictators around the Kwangju uprising of 1980 in South Korea.
If we want to prevent any future Cheonans, we need to sit down with North Korea.
South Korea has continuously increased its military spending since 2000 at a rate higher than conventional explanations would expect. Its spending grew 200 percent for the past ten years, higher than would be warranted by the growth of its economy or government budget over the same period.
How much of an impact has North Korea's nuclear program had on the military spending of other major Northeast Asian states?
People are starting to wonder: Why should Israel get special treatment?
A new approach needs to be taken if we're going to achieve progress in Northeast Asia.
Maybe the secret to reunification in the Korean peninsula is winning over hearts and stomachs.
Denuclearize North Korea or end the Korean War? Here's a proposal for doing both at the same time.
Mr. Clinton goes to North Korea.
Coming up with the proper response to North Korea's recent actions requires a careful assessment of Pyongyang motivations and regional geopolitics.