Konstantin Asmolov

Russian Federation

Leading Research Fellow at the Korean Studies Center, RAS Institute for Far Eastern Studies.


North Korea: Is "War by Error" Possible?
Quite recently, the present writer offered theoretical remarks on the likelihood of a military conflict on the Korean Peninsula[1], noting that the probability of this has increased considerably this
How to End the Korean Peninsula Crisis: Political Uncertainty and Faltering…
North Korea's intercontinental ballistic missile test seemed like a red line to many, but it should be understood that North Korea needs a nuclear-tipped ballistic missile not in order to behave
North Korea with Missiles Is Not a Whipping Boy
North Korea's actions look more like a strategical deterrence than the aggressive course that its enemies try to attribute to Pyongyang, masking by the tittle-tattle about the North Korean threat