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Colin Zwirko

Colin Zwirko

Colin Zwirko is a Senior Analytic Correspondent for NK News based in Seoul. He joined the company in 2018 after receiving a master's degree in international security and foreign policy from South Korea's Yonsei University. Follow him on Twitter.

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U.S., North Korea should continue talks on remains recovery: Amb. Harris

Harris says returning remains as soon as they are found “right thing to do”

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoMay 29, 2019
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Major construction underway in North Korea’s central government complex: imagery

Additions include new large buildings and upgrades to ruling party headquarters

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoMay 28, 2019
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Trump, Abe hoping to move past North Korean missile tests to resume dialogue

In break with Pentagon, U.S. President claims "no ballistic missiles going out"

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoMay 27, 2019
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N. Korean foreign ministry defends missile tests, condemns “war-fanatic” Bolton

MFA spokesperson slams "ignorant" U.S. National Security Advisor

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoMay 27, 2019
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Cuba, North Korea to expand cooperation in struggle to “defend sovereignty”: KCNA

Ri Su Yong met President Díaz-Canel, other officials before leaving Cuba Saturday

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoMay 26, 2019
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June 3 opening day confirmed for North Korea’s mass games: tour groups

Large-scale state propaganda show set to run until mid-October

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoMay 24, 2019
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North Korean delegation holds first day of talks in “working visit” to Havana

Ri Su Yong also accompanied by vice-foreign minister Pak Myong Guk, state media says

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoMay 23, 2019
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Dalian-based network linked to North Korean ship reflagging efforts: report

Royal United Services Institute details network’s links to DPRK sanctions evasion

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoMay 22, 2019
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Top North Korean diplomat making second Cuba trip in under a year

Ri Su Yong previously traveled to Havana in July last year

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoMay 21, 2019
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N. Korea’s mass games to begin in June, run for two months longer than in 2018

Controversial show’s early start could result in tourism boost worth millions of euros

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoMay 20, 2019