August 13, 2020

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Chad O’Carroll

Chad O’Carroll has written on North Korea since 2010 and writes between London and Seoul.

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Seoul won’t rule out action against radio stations broadcasting into North Korea

South Korea's unification ministry laid out its logic on balloon launch crackdowns during a government press tour

Chad O'Carroll August 11, 2020

South Korea to develop Iron Dome-style artillery interceptor system for defense

Plans revealed in a multi-prong South Korean military modernization blueprint document covering 2021 to 2025

Chad O'Carroll August 10, 2020

Spanish aristocrat behind a North Korea sympathizer group violated UN sanctions

Alejandro Cao de Benos of the Korea Friendship Association allegedly brokered payments for a North Korean firm

Chad O'Carroll August 10, 2020

If Trump wins election, U.S. will make a deal 'very quickly' with North Korea

Trump reiterates argument that U.S. would have gone to war with North Korea had he not won 2016 election

Chad O'Carroll August 7, 2020

UN: Syria invited at least 800 North Koreans to work in military, construction

Syria allegedly invited hundreds of North Korean migrant workers as the two countries publicly established closer ties

Chad O'Carroll August 6, 2020

Singaporean resident fined for shipping luxury goods to North Korea

The fines follow a flurry of Singaporean court decisions related to illegal luxury goods exports to the DPRK

Chad O'Carroll July 29, 2020

The strange reason North Korean email addresses are designed to fail

North Korean factories and service providers increasingly embrace the web, but emails remain a major business setback

Chad O'Carroll July 28, 2020

North Korea thanks ASEAN for supporting dialogue to achieve peace on peninsula

Remarks come after U.S. side reiterates support for the full denuclearization of Korean peninsula

Chad O'Carroll July 27, 2020

Tour operators believe North Korea won't open until sometime in 2021

Practitioners from the travel industry speculate that the border could reopen sometime between 2021 and 2022

Chad O'Carroll July 22, 2020

UN agencies unable to leave Pyongyang, creating unprecedented obstacles

Foreign workers at UN agencies in the capital unable to leave the country due to COVID-19 measures enacted in February

Chad O'Carroll July 19, 2020
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