November 21, 2019

Tag: History

Information related to North Korean history

Some anti-U.S. education in North Korea persists, despite diplomatic d├ętente

Satellite imagery and state media reveal regular visits to American atrocity-focused museums continue

Colin Zwirko August 14, 2019

How the North is run: concluding observations

North Korea's history is woven into its political system -- and makes real reform seem unlikely

Fyodor Tertitskiy March 27, 2019

Photo review: August 2018 propaganda messages and posters in North Korea

Anti-American posters remain in some museums, ongoing focus on New Years' Speech

Fyodor Tertitskiy August 28, 2018

A brief history of North Korean reforms

Despite some tentative steps, Pyongyang remains a long way away from serious change

Fyodor Tertitskiy July 12, 2018

Mandate for talks: how likely is a third inter-Korean summit?

Public support for a Kim-Moon meeting is high, but Seoul suffers when dialogue fails to deliver results

Fyodor Tertitskiy February 23, 2018

How the North is run: the State Affairs Commission

How the SAC gradually evolved to become the de jure highest state institution in the DPRK

Fyodor Tertitskiy February 2, 2018

Law and order: North Korea’s up-to-date Penal Code

The 2015 edition reveals how the DPRK continues to punish political and economic crimes

Fyodor Tertitskiy January 29, 2018

Crime and punishment: a brief history of North Korea’s penal code

What began as a clone of the Soviet system has developed to uniquely suit the DPRK's circumstances

Fyodor Tertitskiy January 25, 2018

New South Korean unilateral sanctions: What are Moon’s options?

Seoul has only a few options left if it wants to increase pressure on Pyongyang

Chad O'Carroll August 2, 2017

From Kim Jong Il to Kim Jong Un: N. Korean leadership dynamics since 1995

Analysis reveals Kim Jong Un-era figures most focused on economy, while old guard dominates military and political events

Tristan Webb June 30, 2017
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