April 09, 2020

Category: Analysis

Latest NK Pro analysis related to the DPRK

Expanding Japan-linked mall, online shop in Pyongyang targets “modern tastes”

A closer look at the Rim Mi Yong Aeguk Joint Venture Company and their flagship store in North Korea's capital

Colin Zwirko February 18, 2020

Why mum? Explaining North Korea’s continued silence on foreign policy

Pyongyang’s unusual lack of response to foreign affairs could portend bigger policy changes

Rachel Minyoung Lee February 14, 2020

North Korean official claims about child nutrition: what the data shows

Data suggests remarkable improvement since the late 1990s, despite stagnant levels of food supply per capita

Peter Ward February 13, 2020

North Korea moves to prevent the spread of coronavirus: what we know so far

The economy and humanitarian efforts will likely be affected by strict restrictions on travel in and out of the country

Chad O'Carroll February 4, 2020

Timeline: from the “head-on breakthrough battle” policy to the novel coronavirus

NK Pro timeline charts the key events from December 31 - January 31

NK Pro February 4, 2020

North Korea in January 2020: a month in review and what’s ahead

NK Pro has conducted an in-depth analytic review of news on the peninsula for the period between January 1 and 31

NK Pro February 3, 2020

How foreign media is changing the ways North Koreans view the outside world

New technology is allowing ordinary people to access sources of information other than Party-approved state media

Jonathan R. Corrado January 28, 2020

What to expect at a potential North Korean military parade next month

A February parade could serve as an opportunity to showcase new missile tech without breaching Trump's "red line"

Ankit Panda January 27, 2020

The View from Jingshan: In Chinese media, DPRK-U.S. relations get the spotlight

Prospects for Washington-Pyongyang talks followed, while initial silence on the replacement of DPRK foreign minister

John Petrushka January 24, 2020

How technology impacts foreign media consumption, and crackdowns, in North Korea

For ordinary people, connecting with the outside world is an ever-evolving cat and mouse game with the authorities

Jonathan R. Corrado January 23, 2020
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