February 22, 2020
Podcasts
"The Two Koreas" and the United States - NKNews Podcast Ep.115

Analysis, Opinion & Investigation

NK PRO

Pyongyang offices for rent with global communication, stable power "guaranteed"

How the Japan-linked Rim Mi Yong company is targeting international businesses in the North Korean capital

Colin ZwirkoFeb 21, 2020

Ask a North Korean: what is the healthcare system in the DPRK really like?

"How much money a patient has determines whether they live or die"

Tae-il ShimFeb 21, 2020

"The Two Koreas" and the United States - NKNews Podcast Ep.115

Robert Carlin discusses the third edition of one of the definitive books on Korean history

It's the security guarantees, stupid - NKNews Podcast Ep.114

Retired Lt. Gen. Robert G. Gard, Jr. discusses his experiences of the Korean War and failures in U.S.-DPRK diplomacy

Covering North Korea - NKNews Podcast Ep.113

In a crossover episode with the Korea Society, journalists discuss the perils and pitfalls of reporting on the DPRK

The rocky road to normalizing North Korea-U.S. relations - NKNews Podcast Ep.112

Dr. Ramon Pacheco Pardo discusses the history of Washington-Pyongyang diplomacy — and where it can go from here

Keeping the peace at the DMZ - NKNews Podcast Ep.111

Swiss Major General Patrick Gauchat discusses neutral actors on the peninsula and their importance going forward

Negotiating with a nuclear-armed North Korea - NKNews Podcast Ep.110

Duyeon Kim discusses the current state of talks and ways for policymakers to move forward in 2020

Get Behind The Headlines

NK PRO

Why the DPRK's subpar healthcare system may be its biggest threat to the region

North Korean unpreparedness to deal with a pandemic could undermine regime rule and create internal instability

Kevin ShepardFeb 20, 2020

Three is a magic number: North Korea's fascination with triplets

Three kids all in one go can be quite a handful - but in the DPRK, two's company, and three's even better

Fyodor TertitskiyFeb 19, 2020

Why it's time for Washington and Seoul to reassess the U.S.-ROK alliance

Bilateral relations face various challenges, including military cost-sharing disputes and stalled talks with the North

Anthony V. RinnaFeb 19, 2020

Into the future: where North Korea might be by the year 2040

Trends suggest the DPRK will have a sophisticated and reliable nuclear deterrent by 2040. What will be the consequences?

Chad O'CarrollFeb 18, 2020
NK PRO

Expanding Japan-linked mall, online shop in Pyongyang targets "modern tastes"

A closer look at the Rim Mi Yong Aeguk Joint Venture Company and their flagship store in North Korea's capital

Colin ZwirkoFeb 18, 2020

How the coronavirus is being dealt with on the other side of the Tumen river

While there have been no reported cases in North Korea, the virus has spread to neighboring Jilin Province in China

Adam CathcartFeb 18, 2020

What's next? Where North Korea's missile testing goes from here

Experts weigh in on progress made in 2019 — and how Pyongyang's weapons systems will likely evolve in the coming year

Jeongmin KimFeb 17, 2020

Northern Wind: Thae Yong-ho's ambitions could transform South Korean politics

Convincing the former diplomat to run for office is a win for the opposition, but also raises more fundamental questions

Jumin LeeFeb 17, 2020
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