Doug Bandow Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Mar 05 , 2019
The Trump-Kim negotiations were cut short last week before a breakthrough agreement could be made. The United States and North Korea are not the only party with an interest in the proceedings— South Korea, China, and Russia also have stakes in peace on the Korean Peninsula.
Paul Haenle Director, Carnegie–Tsinghua Center
Lucas Tcheyan Research Analyst, Carnegie–Tsinghua Center for Global Policy
Mar 04 , 2019
A comparison of the U.S.’s strategic positioning before the Singapore summit and today.
Ma Shikun Senior Journalist, the People’s Daily
Aug 20 , 2018
The US must give the DPRK more leeway if denuclearization is to be achieved.
Cui Lei Research Fellow, China Institute of International Studies
Jun 22 , 2018
A denuclearized North Korea? Don’t hold your breath.
Brahma Chellaney Professor, Center for Policy Research
Jun 21 , 2018
The specter of a U.S.-China trade war should not distract us from paying critical attention to what Beijing might have gained from the recent summit in Singapore on North Korea’s denuclearization. In fact, China is positioning itself to reap diplomatic dividends from what promises to be a long road to denuclearize North Korea.
Wu Zhenglong Senior Research Fellow, China Foundation for Int'l Studies
Jun 20 , 2018
For the agreement to succeed, the US and its allies must build mutual trust with Kim Jong-un and not dwell on their differences.
An Gang Research Fellow, Center for International Strategy and Security, Tsinghua University
Jun 19 , 2018
How will disarmament and peace on the Korean peninsula be facilitated?
Fan Jishe Senior Fellow, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Jun 15 , 2018
The Singapore summit was a good step forward, but a lot of questions remain.
Jun 15 , 2018
Pompeo's remarks in Beijing.
Piet de Klerk Former chief negotiator for the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit in The Hague
Robert Floyd Director General of the Australian Safeguards and Non-Proliferation Office
Jun 11 , 2018
Despite decades of strategic arms-control agreements and unilateral disarmament, the international community has no standardized way to guarantee that a country claiming to disarm is actually doing so.