About the Author

Dean Ensley is currently a technical/proposal writer at NES Associates. He graduated from The George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs in 2015 with an MA in security policy studies, specializing in defense analysis as well as science and military technology in Asia. He previously graduated from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Affairs in 2013 with a BSFS in international politics, specializing in international security, with a concentration in European Studies.
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The DPRK and Dual-Use Policy

The third Kim likely hopes to use recent missile activity, and a rumored fifth nuclear test, as an attempt to shore up his image and demonstrate military power in advance of the celebration of his authority. And how has the international community responded? As usual: with sanctions.