Monthly Archives: September 2018

The Sloika and the Pyongyang Summit: Did Kim Jong-un Provide Us a Glimpse into North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons at the Fifth Inter-Korean Summit?

The week that passed witnessed the fifth inter-Korean summit between North and South Korea, this time centred upon Pyongyang. There is much to be said about the political, economic, and strategic context behind the summit. Additionally, there is much to … Continue reading

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North Korea Marks 70th Anniversary of Its Founding in a Subdued Military Parade: Showcasing the Dimona Corollary to the Copenhagen Interpretation?

Sunday the 9th of September marked the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. North Korea celebrated the 70th anniversary in several ways, one of those being a military parade which almost exclusively attracted the … Continue reading

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Trump Appears to Have Misled Kim Jong-un at the Singapore Summit: Comparing Oranges with Apples Is Wrong and Dangerous.

In a previous article on US nuclear diplomacy with North Korea I had suggested that the current standoff between Washington and Pyongyang, revealed by Trump’s cancellation of a planned trip to North Korea by Mike Pompeo, may have been caused … Continue reading

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