Chad O’Carroll has written on North Korea since 2010 and writes between London and Seoul.
Personnel shift likely to take place in early 2022, sources say
Photos show dozens of Russians leaving North Korea from Pyongyang railway station
Daniel Wertz, Joshua Stanton, and Stephanie Kleine-Ahlbrandt discuss pragmatic approaches to North Korea sanctions
Seoul prosecutors announce arrest of left-leaning researcher, claim he met North Korean agent four times
Draft emerges after Russia provided DPRK with almost $1 million in jet parts in 2020
Food scarcity will exacerbate chronic hunger and could lead to starvation if prices and availability do not stabilize
Customs data indicates North Korea imported 90% less from China in May than during April
High-powered zoom lens offers a peek into rural North Korea during emerging ‘food crisis’
DPRK and Syria have cooperated before on missiles and chemical weapons, but recent letters likely less nefarious
Half to two-thirds of remaining staff will return to Moscow in summer due to strict COVID-19 rules in North Korea
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