October 02, 2022

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Adam Cathcart

Adam Cathcart is a lecturer in history at the University of Leeds and the editor of Sino-NK.

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Lectures and threats: How to read rumors of a North Korea-China breakup

Lectures and threats: How to read rumors of a North Korea-China breakup

Reports of bellicose lectures in the DPRK's border regions should be taken with a pinch of salt

Lectures and threats: How to read rumors of a North Korea-China breakup
Adam Cathcart
Adam Cathcart June 11, 2017
A trip to Hunchun: North Korean workers and trade in China’s borderlands

A trip to Hunchun: North Korean workers and trade in China’s borderlands

A thriving border city serves as a revealing hub for PRC-DPRK economic cooperation

A trip to Hunchun: North Korean workers and trade in China’s borderlands
Adam Cathcart
Adam Cathcart May 17, 2017
Reading North Korea news in China: Conspiracy theories and “bathroom language”

Reading North Korea news in China: Conspiracy theories and “bathroom language”

Amid Tillerson's visit, state media and the internet speculated on U.S. intentions and Kim Jong Nam

Reading North Korea news in China: Conspiracy theories and “bathroom language”
Adam Cathcart
Adam Cathcart March 30, 2017
Young Pioneers: How Kim Jong Un wins the youth for Juche

Young Pioneers: How Kim Jong Un wins the youth for Juche

Despite information coming in from outside, the ruling party still holds the monopoly on truth

Young Pioneers: How Kim Jong Un wins the youth for Juche
Adam Cathcart
Adam Cathcart October 20, 2016
How China’s Hongxiang crackdown hurts N. Korea and helps sanctions efforts

How China’s Hongxiang crackdown hurts N. Korea and helps sanctions efforts

Xi Jinping's anti-corruption drive hits North Korea's associates in China

How China’s Hongxiang crackdown hurts N. Korea and helps sanctions efforts
Adam Cathcart
Adam Cathcart October 4, 2016