Interactive: North Korea Diplomacy Scorecard

The United States and South Korea are engaged in diplomatic negotiations with North Korea, and this scorecard highlights the state of play for the different issues on the table.

As the United States and South Korea engage in diplomatic negotiations with North Korea, there are a number of issues on the table, from human rights and military relations, to North Korea’s nuclear program. Some of these issues hit closer to core of making the Korean Peninsula a safer, more secure place, while others are beneficial but more peripheral. Use this interactive to track the issues and their impact levels.

Michael Fuchs is a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress. Abigail Bard is a research assistant for Asia Policy at the Center. Mathew Brady was the data visualization consultant and developer for this interactive.

Correction, September 11, 2018: This interactive previously incorrectly stated the number of nuclear weapons that North Korea could create with its fissile material. That sentence has been removed.

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Michael Fuchs

Senior Fellow

Abigail Bard

Former Policy Analyst, Asia

Mathew Brady

Senior Data Visualization Developer

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