November 21, 2019

Tag: Human Security / Human Rights

Information related to human security / human rights in North Korea

North Korean imports of Chinese cereals spike to highest levels in years

The sharp increase follows a visit from Chinese President Xi Jinping in June

Leo Byrne September 20, 2019

How cyberattacks are generating billions in illicit revenue for North Korea

A UNSC report states hacks have contributed $2 billion to date for weapons programs

Jonathan R. Corrado September 12, 2019

North Korea in August 2019: a month in review and what’s ahead

An analytic look at the main developments of the August 1 - 31 period

NK Pro September 2, 2019

North Korea in July 2019: a month in review and what’s ahead

An analytic look at the main developments of the July 1 and July 31 period

NK Pro August 5, 2019

North Korea exports to China fall to yearly lows

DPRK also bought fewer food products from its neighbor in June, data shows

Leo Byrne July 30, 2019

How the North Korean state could make life easier for the “Donju”

DPRK policymakers have a range of ways to expand opportunities for the entrepreneurial class

Peter Ward July 18, 2019

North Korean imports of Chinese cereals increased in May, data shows

Though the DPRK still spent more money importing tobacco products from PRC

Leo Byrne July 3, 2019

North Korean cereal imports plummeted in first quarter of 2019: data

Though imports are higher than during the same period last year

Leo Byrne June 25, 2019

North Korea in May 2019: a month in review and what’s ahead

An analytic look at the main developments of the May 1-May 31 period

NK Pro June 4, 2019

How serious is the food situation in North Korea? The view from the corn market

The data does not indicate that the supply situation has dramatically worsened this year

Peter Ward May 29, 2019
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