Articles by Yoon Young-kwan



Security Woes Drive China's Pivot to Pyongyang

After a spring of heightened tension on the Korean Peninsula, a flurry of diplomatic activity in recent weeks has brought some hope of a meeting of the minds, at least between China, South Korea and the U.S.

New Approach Needed for Korean Missile Crisis

The world's task in addressing North Korea's saber-rattling is made no easier by the fact that it confronts an impoverished and effectively defeated country.

The Gambler of North Korea

A former South Korean foreign minister says the recent shift in North Korea’s behavior is tied to fundamental changes in the northern country. For one, its leaders may be more confident as a result of its emergence as a de facto nuclear state.