Fyodor Tertitskiy is a senior researcher at Seoul’s Kookmin University. He holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from Seoul National University, and is author of “North Korea before Kim Il Sung,” which you buy here.
A few brave stands against Kim regime have been taken, but have ended badly
The narcotics trade spreads, with consequences for the North and for China
Source indicates that social classification system has more classes – and criteria – than previously thought
Looking only at black-and-white photos can leave viewers with stale impression of history
Crude rumors to demonize Pyongyang will backfire, and will ultimately strengthen the regime
What does the philosophy attributed to Kim Il Sung teach? Who actually wrote it?
Proposed special autonomous region would have brought a little bit of Macau onto North Korean soil
Great care is taken to give North Korea’s supreme leadership a sufficiently exalted set of monikers
Yes, the North has passports, and has them for more than one type of visit abroad
Those benefitting most now would be most disenfranchised in the event of unification
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