North Korea’s Battle Against Team USA

August 1st, 2012
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Yesterday the USA played North Korea in women’s Olympic soccer, with the match-up long anticipated by many Korea watchers.  Leading up to the game the media in the U.S. was still mostly focused on their own side, with little mention of the DPRK side’s footballing merit. Reuters chose to focus on the political and historical

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Gerard Clare

Gerard Clare is a research student at the University of Glasgow in Scotland, specialising in issues of regionalism and centre-periphery relations in the Russian Far East, including how citizens on the periphery can identify with central representations of what it means to be Russian, and in what ways these representations may conflict with regional identities. His knowledge extends through to Russia-DPRK relations in the post-Soviet era, with particular focus on engagement, expectations and wider themes around energy and security. He has previously completed both his undergraduate degree in Central and East European Studies in 2011, and his MSc in Russian, Central and East European studies in 2012, at the University of Glasgow. He has contributed a number of articles to NKNews since 2011, looking at Russia-DPRK relations, Six-Party Talks and even football within the DPRK.

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