I have a new piece, co-authored with Stacie Goddard, at Foreign Policy on the debate about "legitimating" North Korea..
Over at Politico, Van Jackson provides a fascinating discussion of the possible underlying preferences that drive Kim Jung Un's recent overtures. Jackson argues that Kim has more concrete goals that are.
My colleague, Victor Cha, argues in the Washington Post that a "bloody nose" strike on North Korea is a.
I'm not terribly consistent when it comes to promoting, at LGM, pieces that I've published elsewhere. Unfortunately, a Foreign Policy article that I wrote with Dani Nedal on Trumpian unpredictability has.
That Qatar World Cup is really setting a new standard for labor rights: Thousands of migrant labourers from North Korea are toiling for years on construction sites in Qatar for.
I'm all for historians entering public debates. I am less enthused when they advocate utterly terrible ideas in major publications, such as University of Texas historian Jeremi Suri, who calls.
In honor of Dennis Rodman's trip to North Korea, I thought a North Korean propaganda cartoon was in order. There's no subtitles, but like you really need them Among the.
Take a look at Robert Kelly's series of posts on the USC-CSIS "Challenges for Korean Unification" project (part 1, part 2, part 3). Kelly's argument, if I may boil down,.