Abigail Bard is a research assistant of Asia policy for National Security and International Policy. Prior to joining American Progress, she spent two years in South Korea as a Fulbright English teaching assistant. She graduated with a degree in linguistics from Dartmouth College and speaks Japanese and Korean.

By Abigail Bard
Trump’s UN Speech Hurts America and the International SystemThe National InterestSeptember 26, 2018
America Must Support South Korea’s DiplomacyThe National InterestSeptember 11, 2018
Interactive: North Korea Diplomacy ScorecardCenter for American ProgressSeptember 10, 2018
The Pros and Cons of a Korean War Peace TreatyThe National InterestAugust 20, 2018
The Denuclearization of North Korea: Moving Past Cosmetics and ShowmanshipThe DiplomatAugust 3, 2018
North Korea Summit Should Be About Substance, Not FlashThe National InterestJune 5, 2018
America Cannot Allow Summit to Trump Substance on North KoreaThe HillMay 31, 2018
Who Wants a Deal More: North Korea or the United States?The National InterestMay 21, 2018
Making Sense of the Trump-Kim SummitCenter for American ProgressMay 11, 2018
Don’t Overestimate the Power of Historic SummitsForeign PolicyMay 8, 2018
How Mike Pompeo Stole the North Korea ShowThe National InterestApril 23, 2018
Five Pillars of an Enduring U.S.-India PartnershipCenter for American ProgressFebruary 20, 2018
Where Does Trump Stand on South Korea?The National InterestJanuary 17, 2018
Don’t Let Trump Start a War with North KoreaCenter for American ProgressAugust 4, 2017