February 26, 2024

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Robert Potter

Robert Potter is a Ph.D Candidate at the University of Queensland. Prior to this he was a visiting scholar at the Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies at Columbia University. He also studied military operations and strategy at Cornell University and volunteered as a research assistant to the former Prime Minister of Australia Kevin Rudd during his time at Harvard University. Potter’s research focuses on security and international relations in the Asia-Pacific.

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North Korea’s slaves: It’s about agency, not pay

North Korea’s slaves: It’s about agency, not pay

The North must be forced to use its free citizen market, curtail use of coerced foreign laborers

North Korea’s slaves: It’s about agency, not pay
Robert Potter
Robert Potter May 16, 2016
What the Panama Papers tell us about the North Korean economy

What the Panama Papers tell us about the North Korean economy

Willingness to violate sanctions shows how tempting mining is to potential overseas investors

What the Panama Papers tell us about the North Korean economy
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Robert Potter April 17, 2016
North Korea: The country that cried wolf

North Korea: The country that cried wolf

Shock value from increasing use of threats, provocative acts has worn off

North Korea: The country that cried wolf
Robert Potter
Robert Potter February 23, 2016