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July 24, 2019

A Big Day for the Elite Clans

Tomorrow, the 4th Chosun Workers’ Party Delegates’ Conference will take place in Pyongyang. The main event may be the 15th, the celebration of the...

The U.S.-North Korea summit and the path to be taken by Kim Jong Un

North Korea's Korean Central News Agency reported in an article entitled ‘US-NK joint declaration adopted at US-NK summit’ that Chairman Kim Jong Un and...

China’s Influence on North Korea Not Very Strong – Part II

Anti-China sentiments without ample evidence First, there should not be any anti-China sentiments being aroused without sufficient data or evidence. There is very little evidence that...

UPP and ‘Pro-North Host’ Power NPAD Must Self-Reflect

On December 19th, 2014, the constitutional court’s decision to dissolve the Unified Progressive Party (UPP) created an opportunity for South Korea to be born again. With...

A Striking Similarity between Myanmar and the Kim Jong Il Regime

The South Korean government has proposed that 50,000 tons of corn be aided to North Korea, however the North Korean authorities refuse to respond...

No mention of denuclearization in North Korea’s state media – Why?

On March 6, North Korea's Party-run Rodong Sinmun newspaper published this photo, featuring leader Kim Jong Un walking with Moon Jae-inĄŊs special delegation from...
Surveillance camera and guard post on the Sino-North Korea border (January 2019)

Photos from North Korean border belie state propaganda

The installation of surveillance cameras along the Sino-North Korean border appears to have reached completion, according to recent reports from Daily NK. The Chinese have...

S. Korea, U.S. call for progress at nuclear talks

After succeeding in coaxing North Korea back to the dialogue table, South Korea and the United States swiftly shifted their focus onto how to...

COI Opens New Horizons for North Korean Human Rights Movement

The 69th Session of the UN General Assembly’s Third Committee is close to voting on the resolution on North Korean human rights. After the start of...

Shifting definition of private ownership reflects economic change in North Korea

The perception of ownership in North Korea is changing. Although initially restricted to individual consumption, the changes in perspective are now spreading wider into...

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