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North Korea and a crisis in the making
May 18, 2017

North Korea and a crisis in the making

The Trump administration is egging China on to take action against its proxy, using its considerable leverage with the North Korean regime.

North Korea challenges the world again
Sep 17, 2016

North Korea challenges the world again

Since February, North Korea has fired off more than 30 ballistic missiles, more than the number fired previously by the country, ever.

North Korea vs America: क्‍या उत्‍तर कोरिया की मिसाइलों की जद में है अमेरिका
Oct 08, 2022

North Korea vs America: क्‍या उत्‍तर कोरिया की मिसाइलों की जद में है अमेरिका

आइए जानते हैं कि उत्‍तर कोरिया के इस मिसाइल परीक्षण का मकसद क्‍या है. क्‍या उसकी मिसाइलों की मारक क्षमता अमेरिका तक है. आखिर उत्‍तर कोरिया अपने मिसाइल परीक्षण से अमेरिका को

North Korea's artillery fire and regional implications
Jan 09, 2024

North Korea's artillery fire and regional implications

Pyongyang’s recent live-fire drills could set in motion a series of events with far-reaching consequences for regional stability, diplomacy, and the

North Korea's Cyber Skirmishes
Dec 08, 2011

North Korea's Cyber Skirmishes

Two weeks back an unconfirmed media report stated that hackers from North Korea had illegally accessed Email Ids of students and graduates from the Korea University's Graduate school of Information Security.

North Korea's desired 'new normal'
Aug 18, 2017

North Korea's desired 'new normal'

What is the primary motivation of the regime to make such a show of its crude strength?

North Korea's nuclear test: Regional dynamics
Feb 13, 2013

North Korea's nuclear test: Regional dynamics

The advancements that North Korea has made in terms of miniaturization of the nuclear device may be significant, particularly in the backdrop of long-range delivery vehicles. Having tested the longer-range missiles in recent months, threat to even the US has increased.

North Korean Army should not be under-estimated
Nov 05, 2013

North Korean Army should not be under-estimated

North Korean army, which is the fifth largest in the world with a very high artillery pile, should not to be under-estimated, according a former Indian military intelligence official.

North Korean Crisis and China
Dec 06, 2010

North Korean Crisis and China

China has to recognise that North Korean actions are triggering several developments that are not necessarily in the interests of China - like the major debates in Japan on becoming proactive in defending themselves, including the option of nuclearisation. Can a nuclearised East Asia be ruled out in the next decade if Pyongyang continues on the same path?

North Korean crisis and the strategic space in Asia
Nov 29, 2017

North Korean crisis and the strategic space in Asia

It is necessary to contextualise the North Korean nuclear crisis with regards to Asian geopolitics and its implications for India.

North Korean imbroglio: Who can do what?
Apr 16, 2013

North Korean imbroglio: Who can do what?

While on the surface, both the US (and South Korea and Japan) and China appear to have the goal of seeing a stable Korean Peninsula, there appear to be serious differences about what regional stability means.

North Korean nuclear crisis: What  the world can do
Dec 04, 2017

North Korean nuclear crisis: What the world can do

The world needs to evolve a balanced and unified stand to deal with the Korean nuclear impasse.

North Korea’s accelerated nuclear ambitions
Feb 16, 2022

North Korea’s accelerated nuclear ambitions

International condemnation, sanctions, and diplomatic efforts have not yielded results as Pyongyang continues to expand its nuclear capabilities

North Korea’s nuclear drama continues
Sep 25, 2021

North Korea’s nuclear drama continues

How will the new Biden administration respond to the missile tests conducted by North Korea? Will it follows Trump’s top-down approach or will it fo

North Korea’s nuclear test: A reflection of multiple failures?
Sep 09, 2016

North Korea’s nuclear test: A reflection of multiple failures?

NPT's failure to tackle North Korea either through the non-proliferation regime or by great powers will leave neighbouring countries to fend for thems

Behind the sabre rattling: North Korea's motivations and Northeast Asia's concerns
Feb 01, 2024

Behind the sabre rattling: North Korea's motivations and Northeast Asia's concerns

North Korea's decision to abandon its long-term aim of reunification with South Korea presents a complex situation for the Korean Peninsula and also t

Can Great Powers now do an Iran on North Korea?
Apr 06, 2015

Can Great Powers now do an Iran on North Korea?

The deal with Iran should boost efforts to do an Iran with North Korea's nuclear programme as well. This would be more difficult given the authoritarian nature of the regime in North Korea but is still an idea worth pursuing. The major powers should carry forward the momentum and energy to solve other issues in the Middle East.

Countering US dominance: North Korea's northern triangle strategy
Jul 19, 2023

Countering US dominance: North Korea's northern triangle strategy

The current geopolitical landscape has sparked the re-emergence of a strategic northern triangle aimed to diminish the US’s regional influence

Deciphering North Korea’s nuclear strategy: A deceptive pursuit
Oct 13, 2023

Deciphering North Korea’s nuclear strategy: A deceptive pursuit

Pyongyang’s nuclear strategy operates within a complex global context and carries broader implications for global security

Denuclearising North Korea: Moon Jae-in’s challenges
Jul 22, 2021

Denuclearising North Korea: Moon Jae-in’s challenges

One doubts if President Moon’s policy would be able to accomplish North Korean denuclearisation any time soon.

India and North Korea: The need to engage
Oct 25, 2012

India and North Korea: The need to engage

North Korea's nuclear weapons capability and cooperative ties with Pakistan is a cause of concern for India. Amid reports of North Korea-Myanmar missile nexus, it becomes important for India not only to take stock of the situation but also to engage more with this reticent state.

Moscow swaps food for weapons with North Korea
Apr 14, 2023

Moscow swaps food for weapons with North Korea

Russia’s increasing dependence on other heavily sanctioned countries like North Korea exposes the Russian defence industry’s inability to meet its

New sanctions, old debate: The case of North Korea
Mar 13, 2013

New sanctions, old debate: The case of North Korea

The US threats and its troop presence in South Korea are alleged to have contributed to North Korean insecurity, but its drive to develop more nuclear weaponry cannot be understood without taking into account domestic dynamics. To bring about a genuine change in North Korea's behaviour, its internal dynamics will have to be considered.

Reviving the old bonhomie: Assessing the next phase of North Korea-Russia ties
May 10, 2024

Reviving the old bonhomie: Assessing the next phase of North Korea-Russia ties

Factors like the rise of the Indo-Pacific as a theatre for great power competition and the Ukraine war have pushed Russia and North Korea closer toget

The North Korean threat: A thorn in Seoul’s side
Dec 06, 2022

The North Korean threat: A thorn in Seoul’s side

Pyongyang's development of missiles and nuclear weapons is alarming its neighbours

The quick transformation of Russia-North Korea ties
Mar 05, 2024

The quick transformation of Russia-North Korea ties

This is a partnership that has been forged amid common challenges and shared strategic objectives

To avert disaster the US must deal with North Korea
Mar 08, 2017

To avert disaster the US must deal with North Korea

The US must consider giving nuclear no-first-use assurance to North Korea in return for non-use and no further missile or nuclear tests

Why US-North Korea deal is good news for India
Jun 15, 2018

Why US-North Korea deal is good news for India

With trade sanctions lifted, New Delhi can engage in substantive economic ties with Pyongyang.

Will China do the balancing act in US-North Korea standoff?
Aug 24, 2017

Will China do the balancing act in US-North Korea standoff?

Ninety per cent of North Korea’s trade is with China.

Will North Korea's nuclear ambitions provoke a new arms race?
Jul 10, 2017

Will North Korea's nuclear ambitions provoke a new arms race?

Nuclear and missile developments in North Korea have been in global attention — also to repeated threats against South Korea, Japan and US.

2024 मध्ये पूर्व आशियात अराजकता आणि अशांतता राहील
Feb 13, 2024

2024 मध्ये पूर्व आशियात अराजकता आणि अशांतता राहील

नियम-आधारित व्यवस्था कायम ठेवण्यासाठी अमेरिकेच्या जागत

A new churn in the Indo-Pacific
Sep 18, 2021

A new churn in the Indo-Pacific

Will the growing security partnership between Australia, US and UK strengthen Indo-Pacific security or loosen the bonds with another key player, Franc

A space monkey and the art of rocket diplomacy
Feb 15, 2013

A space monkey and the art of rocket diplomacy

Iran is being treated more like North Korea, even though it is one of the world's great civilisations, with major historical and scientific achievements. And, as anyone who has deeply analysed the personalities of Ahmadinejad and Kim Jong Un knows, they don't look like one another. Or like one another.

A thaw in ties between South Korea and Japan
Apr 13, 2023

A thaw in ties between South Korea and Japan

The growing anxiety over North Korea and China has encouraged rapprochement between Japan and South Korea

Ahead of Donald Trump and Xi Jinping meet, China holds all the cards
Apr 05, 2017

Ahead of Donald Trump and Xi Jinping meet, China holds all the cards

There are many obstacles for the US-China summit, such that the American side is simply not ready for a substantive negotiation. But there are also many areas of discussion, including North Korea, the One-China policy and trade.

Assessing South Korea's nuclear dilemma amid Pyongyang’s live-drills
Jan 18, 2024

Assessing South Korea's nuclear dilemma amid Pyongyang’s live-drills

The continuous threat from Pyongyang is pushing Seoul towards developing its indigenous nuclear defense

Australia seeks new warmth in ties with China
Apr 18, 2013

Australia seeks new warmth in ties with China

When the rest of the world was kept in a state of shivering suspense by North Korea's nuclear and missile threats, Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard quietly undertook an important visit to China -- her second official visit to Beijing in about two years.