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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.

News

September set to see surge in North Korea tourism, insiders say

Most Beijing-Pyongyang Air Koryo flights reportedly sold out for event-heavy month

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoAugust 7, 2018
News

U.S. still waiting for North Korea to “deliver” on denuclearization: Pompeo

Secretary of State seeks to downplay disagreements with Pyongyang, however, as diplomacy stalls

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoAugust 6, 2018
News

As ASEAN forum begins, Pompeo says still “ways to go” on denuclearization

No meeting yet scheduled with DPRK foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoAugust 3, 2018
News

Trump thanks Kim Jong Un for new letter, looks forward to meeting “soon”

President praises DPRK leader for role in POW/MIA remains return, hints at second summit

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoAugust 2, 2018
News

MIA/POW remains headed to the U.S. following ceremony at Osan Air Base

U.S. satisfied that remains are genuine, officials say

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoAugust 1, 2018
News

New tram cars appear on Pyongyang’s Liberation Street line

Upgrade follows trolley bus and metro upgrades in recent years

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoJuly 31, 2018
News

Construction on new sail-shaped tower in central Pyongyang underway: photos

Sources and imagery from the ground suggest project may host water sports facilities

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoJuly 30, 2018
News

Japan cites continued N. Korean “threat” in new missile defense system details

Defense minister Itsunori Onodera says situation "has not changed"

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoJuly 30, 2018
News

Construction on new sail-shaped tower in central Pyongyang speeds up: photos

Sources and imagery from the ground suggest building may host water sports facilities

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoJuly 30, 2018
Analysis

The rocky history of recovering POW/MIA remains from North Korea

Efforts to repatriate some 5300 fallen servicemen from the DPRK have been marred by false starts

Colin ZwirkoColin ZwirkoJuly 27, 2018