April 05, 2020

About the author

Aidan Foster-Carter

Aidan Foster-Carter is Honorary Senior Research Fellow in Sociology and Modern Korea at Leeds University in England. Educated at Eton and Oxford, he taught sociology at the Universities of Hull, Dar es Salaam and Leeds from 1971 to 1997. Having followed Korean affairs since 1968, since 1997 he has been a full-time analyst and consultant on Korea: writing, lecturing and broadcasting for academic, business and policy audiences in the UK and worldwide.

More articles by 'Aidan Foster-Carter'

Reining in South Korea's out-of-control National Intelligence Service

N. Korean threat makes NIS necessary, but they've exceeded their legal mandate

Aidan Foster-Carter March 18, 2014

South Korea's meddlesome spooks

Security agency is in the dock, but it’s fighting back hard

Aidan Foster-Carter March 17, 2014

Pula Botswana! Ian Khama kicks Kim Jong Un into touch

Human rights abuses prompt Botswana to sever all ties with North Korea

Aidan Foster-Carter February 27, 2014

The long hard slog to shine a light on North Korean human rights

What’s been did and what’s been hid: A look back at human rights accountability in DPRK

Aidan Foster-Carter February 17, 2014

High-level talks: A North-South turn for the better?

"Geopolitical and business sense alike to move on from the sad and self-defeating stasis of the past eight years"

Aidan Foster-Carter February 11, 2014

Aidan Foster-Carter joins NK News in 2014

British DPRK-watcher Aidan Foster-Carter will be contributing regular articles and book reviews to NK News. Here he gives us a taster of what to expect:

Aidan Foster-Carter January 20, 2014
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