North Korea Remains Self-Isolated and Defiant Amidst the Coronavirus

The National Interest  |  By Bruce Klingner North Korea continues to claim it has no COVID-19 cases, despite all neighboring countries having outbreaks. But Pyongyang’s state media have reported that…

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North Korea Turns to Cyber Disinformation Attacks Amid Global Coronavirus Outbreak

(FDD) Foundation For Defense Democracies  |  Mathew Ha, Research Analyst Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG) released a new report on March 26 revealing North Korean hackers’ persistent cyberattacks on news outlets to…

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‘We consider them family’: US military furloughs thousands of South Korean employees in blow to alliance

Members of the South Korean employees’ union protest the U.S. Forces Korea furlough outside the main gate at Camp Humphreys, South Korea, Wednesday, April 1, 2020. By KIM GAMEL AND YOO…

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US-South Korea close to deal, negotiator says, on eve of USFK furloughs

By KIM GAMEL AND YOO KYONG CHANG | STARS AND STRIPES U.S. and South Korea flags are displayed together outside Camp Humphreys, South Korea, Monday, March 16, 2020. MATTHEW KEELER/STARS AND…

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KDVA’s ROK-U.S. Alliance Journal Issue: 2020-2

70th Commemoration of the Korean War Special Platinum Edition Featuring Stories and Articles by KDVA Members and Supporters of the ROK-U.S. Alliance.  Download PDF Version: ROK-U.S. Alliance Journal 2020-2

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Soldiers’ premature twins medically evacuated out of South Korea now receiving treatment at Walter Reed

Military Times  |  Diana Stancy Correll Military medical personnel transfer twin newborns Parker and Laine McFall to a medical transport vehicle on the flight line of Joint Base Andrews, Md.,…

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