North Korea

How International Law Could Help Preserve Nonproliferation in East Asia

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Dec 1st, 2021

The Role of Nuclear Weapons: Why Biden Should Declare a Policy of No First Use

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Sep 29th, 2021

National Security This Week at the United Nations (March 19-26)

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Mar 26th, 2021

The Latest North Korea Cyber Indictment Should Serve as a Model

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Feb 24th, 2021

Shoring up Sanctions Enforcement in Sub-Saharan Africa: A North Korea Case Study

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Sep 1st, 2020

National Security at the United Nations This Week (August 1-7)

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Aug 7th, 2020

National Security at the United Nations This Week (April 18-24)

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Apr 24th, 2020

The United States Finally Has a New War Crimes Ambassador

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Jan 10th, 2020

Sanctions on North Korea are Counterproductive

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Nov 26th, 2019

Why Trump Needs to Raise Human Rights with North Korea’s Kim

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Feb 20th, 2019

National Security at the United Nations This Week

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Feb 8th, 2019

Letter to the Editor: A Perilous Peace Between the Koreas

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Jun 12th, 2018

Sanctions, Human Rights and the Upcoming North Korea Nuclear Summit

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May 16th, 2018

What the Law of Military Obedience Can (and Can’t) Do–What Happens if a President’s Orders are Unlawful?

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May 4th, 2018

Japan’s Definition of Armed Attack and ‘Bloody Nose’ Strikes Against North Korea

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Feb 1st, 2018

Collective Self-Defense and the “Bloody Nose Strategy”: Does it Take Two to Tango?

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Jan 26th, 2018

Best Advice for Policymakers on “Bloody Nose” Strike against North Korea: It’s Illegal

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Jan 23rd, 2018

WannaCry and the International Law of Cyberspace

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Dec 22nd, 2017

Three Questions on the WannaCry Attribution to North Korea

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Dec 20th, 2017

Cyber, Sovereignty, and North Korea–And the Risk of Inaction

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Oct 31st, 2017

Senate Appropriations Bill Rejects Trump’s Efforts to Downsize State Department and USAID

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Sep 11th, 2017

Key U.S. Foreign Policy Positions—including Ambassador for War Crimes—Saved from Getting Axed

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Aug 29th, 2017