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.