Christopher Green Former Senior Adviser, Korean Peninsula Please submit all media inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or call +32 (0) 2 536 00 71 In The News 14 Mar 2019 Any US government that is serious about making headway with NK in negotiations should be quietly funding info freedom activities as well. Twitter Christopher Green Former Senior Adviser, Korean Peninsula 28 Feb 2019 For the U.S., it would be politically unacceptable and a terrible idea to trade all economic sanctions for the dismantlement of Yongbyon, as Kim seems to have demanded. Reuters Christopher Green Former Senior Adviser, Korean Peninsula 28 Feb 2019 The @realDonaldTrump and @SecPompeo presser this afternoon was revealing, & seems to give contours of a path forward. For one thing, Trump emphasized productivity of discussion and positivity of tone on all sides. Doesn't mean it wasn't a setback, but talks will likely continue. Twitter Christopher Green Former Senior Adviser, Korean Peninsula 26 Jul 2018 Broadly speaking, one side [the U.S.] wants denuclearization first, normalization of relations later, and the other [North Korea] wants normalization of relations first, then denuclearization later. Reuters Christopher Green Former Senior Adviser, Korean Peninsula 16 May 2018 I don’t think it benefits North Korea to appear be too much of a cheap date. It ill behooves them to have everyone thinking that they are desperate. TIME Christopher Green Former Senior Adviser, Korean Peninsula 28 Mar 2018 China is the only state willing and able to immediately ease North Korea’s economic burden. Reuters Christopher Green Former Senior Adviser, Korean Peninsula Latest Updates Commentary / Asia 8 February 2018 Sports Diplomacy in the Korean Peninsula The opening of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games represents an opportunity for diplomacy to help reduce tensions on the Korean Peninsula. Commentary / Asia 30 August 2017 The Strategic Thinking behind North Korea’s Missile Gambit North Korea’s launch of a missile over Japan was irresponsible – yet it was more of a carefully calculated risk than a reckless gamble. Pyongyang’s goal is not a shooting war but to build up military and nuclear capabilities that serve strategic aims of survival and force protection. Commentary / Asia 21 August 2017 Decoding the Korean Peninsula Missile Rhetoric Fiery rhetoric between North Korea and the U.S. adds risks to Korean peninsula tensions, but should not cause panic. Outside players should maximise the potential benefit of an established pattern of de-escalation in the fall. They – and Pyongyang – should also back South Korea’s offers of dialogue. Commentary / Asia 23 June 2017 North Korea Must Apologise for American Tourist Warmbier’s Death A public apology for death of American tourist Otto Warmbier is the best way for North Korea to show it did not plan this tragedy, keep over-zealous public security officials in line and improve the chances of any dialogue with the outside world. Commentary / Asia 8 May 2017 South Korean Elections Sidestep Rising Peninsula Tensions North Korea’s nuclear grandstanding and inflammatory missile tests, President Trump’s anti-Pyongyang rhetoric and U.S. missile deployments have raised tensions in North East Asia. Our Senior Advisor for the Korean Peninsula Christopher Green looks at where South Korea’s 9 May presidential election fits into these newly complex dynamics.