Chad O’Carroll has written on North Korea since 2010 and writes between London and Seoul.
Dormant inter-Korean diplomacy will increase in intensity, but scheduled USFK drills could pose a hurdle for Seoul
International community in Pyongyang continues to dwindle as only handful of embassies remain operational
Former North Korea aid worker, travel guide weigh in on major risks in the event of a nationwide crisis
Indonesian and Bulgarian embassies temporarily close due to latest departures as mass exodus of foreigners continues
Poor infrastructure is a potential obstacle to humanitarian work, but the country's people could contribute in a crisis
Glocom Corp’s website offerings have increased in 2021 despite U.N. sanctions pressure
Problems in electricity, fuel supply, poor roads and antiquated vehicles could complicate future humanitarian operations
Problems in water supply, food security, health care and agriculture could complicate future humanitarian operations
Only handful of embassies remain open in North Korea as COVID-19 controls ban international travel, movement in country
Two inbound shipments of possible humanitarian aid detected in May and June 2021 satellite imagery
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