North Korea's Foreign Minister Ri Su Yong (L) is seen before a talk with Vietnam's Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh (not pictured) at the Government Guest House in Hanoi (REUTERS/Hoang Dinh Nam).

Opinion

A Human Rights Dialogue with North Korea: Real or Illusory?

October 16, 2014, Roberta Cohen

  • Blog Post

    Engaging North Korea: Calls for Leadership

    October 15, 2014, Paul Park and Katharine H.S. Moon | comments

  • Opinion

    Why Japan Needs a Pivot to Women

    October 2014, Aiko Doden

  • Opinion | The Chosun Ilbo

    Toward Korean Independence?

    October 13, 2014, Katharine H.S. Moon

  • In the News

    No one knows why Kim Jong-un is out of sight, but he has been the most public of the three dynastic leaders [in North Korea]. He may also be facing personal challenges -- he does have a family -- a wife and at least one child. Perhaps there is illness or some other problem. Again, who knows?

    October 10, 2014, Katharine H.S. Moon, ABC News Radio
  • In the News

    In the case of Mr. Jang [Jin-sung], the reality is he defected in 2004, 10 years ago, and it is nearly impossible for anyone having left a country [like North Korea] that has a news block-out to be able to have consistent and accurate and clear information for over a 10-year period of time. Defectors and exiles are also known generally in the scholarship to be colored by their experiences of the past. So they tend to read and interpret events in current times through the lens of the past and their own grievances.

    October 10, 2014, Katharine H.S. Moon, CBC Radio
  • In the News

    We have been through this cycle before [with North Korea], and it has always ended badly.

    October 10, 2014, Evans J.R. Revere, Washington Post
  • Opinion | Project Syndicate

    North Korea's Incheon Landing

    October 9, 2014, Katharine H.S. Moon

  • Blog Post

    Backing out of Hong Kong's Crisis

    October 3, 2014, Richard C. Bush III | comments

  • Blog Post

    Hong Kong: On Crisis Management

    October 1, 2014, Richard C. Bush III | comments

  • In the News

    With [Beijing's decision to set electoral parameters], Hong Kong’s radicals were empowered, and the instability that occurred last weekend was almost inevitable. Beijing has been quick to blame the pan-democrats for the disorder, but it had the power and the opportunity to facilitate a good outcome.

    September 30, 2014, Richard C. Bush III, Radio Free Asia

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