Understanding the Growth of KoryoLink

December 15th, 2011
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With cell phone subscriptions in the DPRK hitting a milestone of one million users, it is worth looking closer atPyongyang’s motivation to allow such widespread distribution of potentially destabilizing information technology. One plausible explanation is that the North Korean government is balancing its need to make money against the dangers that cell phones pose to

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David Matthew

David Matthew is pursuing a Master’s degree in Public Policy at Edinburgh University in the UK with a focus on security, trade, and technology in the Asia-Pacific.

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