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The Red Scare By: Gregory Gethard
North Korea steps up its nuclear saber rattling against the US. ....more
"We'll Write You Another Letter." By: Joseph Klein
The U.N. dithers -- while North Korea enriches uranium. ....more
Stopping North Korea's Reactors By: Ed Feulner / CNSNews.com
Policies to counter an intransigent tyranny. ....more
North Korea and the Real Nuclear Option By: Dr. Earl Tilford
Any president has limited choices when dealing with Pyongyang, all ugly and some apocalyptic. ....more
The UN Fiddles As Korea Burns By: Joseph Klein
Now is time to call North Korea's bluff by moving faster than the Security Council will, or can. ....more
North Korean Escalation for Escalation's Sake By: Bruce Klingner / Heritage Foundation
Negotiations are not Pyongyang's goal. We can do six things to get its attention. ....more
Pyonyang Defiant By: Bruce Klingner / Heritage Foundation
Concrete steps to broadening our North Korea policy. ....more
North Korea's Missile Gambit By: Bruce Klingner / Heritage Foundation
Pyongyang targets the United States, and its president, with its WMD program. ....more
North Korea Nuclear Verification By: Bruce Klingner / The Heritage Foundation
Has the U.S. blinked? ....more
Faith and Famine By: Doug Bandow / The Washington Times
North Koreans are starving again. ....more
North Korea's 'Grail' Quest By: James Zumwalt / The Washington Times
Could a vacuum of power destroy nuclear negotiations? ....more
A North Korea Without Kim Jong-il By: Bruce Klingner / The Heritage Foundation
Do we have a plan? ....more
Korean Conundrum By: Peter Brookes / New York Post
What if Kim's kaput? ....more
North Korean Collapse? By: Richard Halloran / The Washington Times
On the brink of mass starvation and mounting isolation. ....more
North Korean Denuclearization By: Bruce Klingner / The Heritage Foundation
Requiring a rigorous verification system. ....more
Hell on Earth By: Jamie Weinstein / North Star Writers Group
Welcome to North Korea. ....more
A Clean Slate for North Korea By: Jacob Laksin
The Bush administration goes soft on Kim Jong Ill. ....more
Weapons Wal-Mart By: James Jay Carafano / New York Post
Facing facts on North Korea. ....more
Foggy Bottom's Impatience By: Frank J. Gaffney Jr. / The Washington Times
...to give U.S. concessions to North Korea. ....more
Letting Al-Qaeda Chat Away By: Paul M. Weyrich
Who's keeping the feds from wiretapping the next 9/11 terrorists? Madam Speaker. ....more
Pulling the Plug on Pyongyang By: James T. Hackett / The Washington Times
Holding Kim accountable. ....more
Bush Doctrine, 2.0? By: Frank J. Gaffney Jr.
Bush repudiates Bush on North Korea, Gitmo, Palestine, and U.S. sovereignty. ....more
North Korean Reveals Childhood Torture Pyongyang's first defector to South Korea tells of his lifetime in the Gulag. ....more
Bolton Fighting Bush on N. Korea Nuke Deal Former U.N. Ambassador meets GOP lawmakers to explain his opposition and possibly sway them. ....more
North Korea Wins Again By: Lt. Col. Gordon Cucullu
A new agreement props up a criminal regime and betrays humanity's vow of "never again." ....more
The North Korea Deal: Not Everything It Seems By: Bruce Klingner / Heritage Foundation
The worrisome gaps in the six-party talks. ....more
Christians for Extending the Gulag By: Mark D. Tooley
The international religious Left backs Korean "reunification." ....more
Another Failed North Korea Agreement By: Gordon Cucullu and Joshua Stanton
Can anyone name the last – or first – time the Stalinist despot abided by any agreement? ....more
Let Them Eat Nothing By: Claudia Rosett / New York Sun

Famine in North Korea sheds light on the suffering of the North Korean people from the fall of the Soviet Union through today.

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A Putrid Payoff By: John Podhoretz / New York Post
North Korea wins -- again. ....more
Not Too Late to Curb Dear Leader By: Dan Blumenthal & Aaron Friedberg / The Weekly Standard
The road to Pyongyang runs through Beijing. ....more




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