Ira Helfand considers the public health implications of nuclear war and how governments of states with nuclear weapons should respond.
Ambassador Mark Minton discusses the public dimension of relationships on the Korean Peninsula.
Moon Jae-In's election in South Korea and the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics made people-to-people exchanges between the divided Koreas possible again.
The joint North Korea-South Korea women's hockey team to compete at this year's Winter Games marks a new step in Olympic history, says Robert Dunbar.
The USC Korean Studies Institute director highlights the powerful pull of rhetoric when it comes to U.S. media messages about North Korea.
At a recent CPD event, Amb. Enna Park emphasized the importance of public diplomacy and soft power in ensuring S. Korea's continued success.
Arirang TV looks at the impact of the 2018 winter games on North Korea-South Korea relations.
The United Nations Security Council will vote on Friday on a U.S. and Chinese proposal to blacklist more North Korean individuals and entities after the country's repeated ballistic missile launches, diplomats said on Thursday. The draft resolution, seen by Reuters, would sanction four entities, including the Koryo Bank and Strategic Rocket Force of the Korean People's Army, and 14 people, including Cho Il U, who is believed to head North Korea's overseas spying operations.