The Biden Administration’s North Korea Challenges
North Korea is brushing away overtures from the United States for new talks on Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program.
As the Biden administration prepares to engage with North Korea, Biegun says establishing a reliable channel of communication with Pyongyang is key to making progress.
The president pledged a new diplomatic efforts to try to end the North Korean nuclear threat and named diplomat Sung Kim to lead the effort.
Bilateral guidelines that have restricted development of South Korea’s ballistic missile program have been ended by agreement between President Biden and South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
The country continues to advance its nuclear and ballistic missile arsenal with the help of an expanding array of illicit financial networks, a UN Security Council panel of experts found.
While President Joe Biden faces an array of complex foreign and domestic challenges, early proactive outreach to North Korea must be a priority.
Pyongyang unmoved by early Biden administration overtures for resumed talks designed to “reduce the risk of escalation.”
As talks on denuclearization talks remain on hold, Pyongyang continues to develop its capabilities.
Within weeks of taking office, President Joe Biden and his team will be confronted with dozens of pivotal choices.
In displaying a new ICBM, North Korea appeared to show progress on threatening the entire United States with a nuclear attack.
Sanctions have failed to prevent North Korea from developing nuclear warheads for missiles.
A key North Korean official told the Trump administration to adjust its goals for diplomacy to succeed.