Chad O’Carroll has written on North Korea since 2010 and writes between London and Seoul.
Promptly organized military parade appears ready for kick-off in Pyongyang
The parade may mark upcoming national holidays in September and October, sources and satellite evidence suggest
Ending the Trump-era travel ban would have been consistent with many stated US goals, despite some diplomatic risks
Source confirms deaths of two North Koreans, including consul to Khabarovsk, after their SUV reportedly overturned
UN report shows North Korea-linked vendor also purchased three other luxury vehicles, with their whereabouts unknown
China's former ambassador to South Korea suggests reviving Six-Party Talks as part of 'road map' toward engagement
North Korea sought to acquire Lexus SUVs through China despite limited trade during pandemic, PoE report shows
COVID-19 'significantly affected' North Korea’s ability to clandestinely export coal, import fuel products
Cartoon on state TV features girl criticizing friend for being overweight
The Kaesong Industrial Complex, Kumgang tourism and infrastructure improvements all face unique sanctions challenges
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