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Kelsey Davenport

Donald Trump's North Korea Strategy Is Not Working With Iran

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May 23, 2019 -04:00

Door to Diplomacy Remains Open Despite Missile Tests | North Korea Denuclearization Digest, May 2019

Door to Diplomacy Remains Open Despite Missile Tests The next steps for U.S. diplomacy with North Korea remain unclear after Pyongyang tested several short-range ballistic missiles in early May. Despite the missile tests, South Korea and the United States urged a resumption of dialogue. North Korea, however, has said little about returning to talks since Chairman Kim Jong Un declared in April that he would give the Trump administration until the end of the year to change its approach to negotiations or face a "bleak and very dangerous" situation. North Korea tested a salvo of rockets May 4 (...

Door to North Korea Remains Open Despite Missile Tests

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May 21, 2019 -04:00

Beyond Rhetoric of a Looming U.S.-Iran War, Growing Political Tension is Already Changing the Middle East

북 비밀 핵시설, 강선 가능성 커…우라늄농축 시설 은닉 쉬워 (Experts point to Kangson as North Korea’s hidden nuclear facilities; Uranium enrichment facilities can be easily hidden)

Ambassador Wendy R. Sherman interview; Early Warning with guest analyst Kelsey Davenport, Director of Nonproliferation Policy at the Arms Control Association.

We Just Gamed Out What Happens if North Korea Launched a Nuclear War

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The National Interest
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May 13, 2019 -04:00

How New Sanctions On Iran And Its Possible Withdrawal From Nuclear Deal Will Impact India

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India Times
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May 12, 2019 -04:00

Iran Announces Countermoves on Nuclear Deal | P4+1 and Iran Nuclear Deal Alert, May 10, 2019

Iran Announces Countermoves on Nuclear Deal Tehran announced it will no longer be bound by certain limits set by the 2015 multilateral nuclear deal. Iran’s leaders also threatened to restart other nuclear activities restricted by the agreement in the future if the Europeans, China, and Russia do not deliver on sanctions relief (see below for details). The announcement was a delayed if not predictable response to the Trump administration’s systematic attempt over the past year to deny Iran any benefits under the nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). Iran’s...
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