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State media review: North Korean space official promises more satellite launches
Analysis

State media review: North Korean space official promises more satellite launches

An in-depth analysis of space plans, claims about Japan-DPRK contact and the start of the new school year

State media review: North Korean space official promises more satellite launches
Seung-Yeon ChungSeung-Yeon Chung April 4, 2024
North Korea in March 2024: A month in review and what’s ahead
Month in Review

North Korea in March 2024: A month in review and what’s ahead

An analytical look at the main developments from March 1, 2024 to March 31, 2024

North Korea in March 2024: A month in review and what’s ahead
NK ProNK Pro April 3, 2024
Timeline: From North Korea’s nuclear rocket salvo to the next ‘great person’ 
Month in Review

Timeline: From North Korea’s nuclear rocket salvo to the next ‘great person’ 

NK Pro timeline charts the key events from March 1 to March 31, 2024

Timeline: From North Korea’s nuclear rocket salvo to the next ‘great person’ 
NK ProNK Pro April 3, 2024
The challenges of archiving North Korea’s volatile media – Ep. 336
North Korea News Podcast

The challenges of archiving North Korea’s volatile media – Ep. 336

Emil Boivin of the North Korean Archives and Library discusses his project to preserve DPRK media prone to disappearing

The challenges of archiving North Korea’s volatile media – Ep. 336
Jacco ZwetslootJacco Zwetsloot | NK News April 3, 2024
ROK intel agency accused of spying on student group to frame as pro-North Korea
News

ROK intel agency accused of spying on student group to frame as pro-North Korea

NIS denies allegations of unlawful monitoring, citing investigation into suspect linked to DPRK organization

ROK intel agency accused of spying on student group to frame as pro-North Korea
Ifang BremerIfang Bremer April 1, 2024
Bodhisattva of unification: How one monk tried to bridge Koreas through Buddhism
Features

Bodhisattva of unification: How one monk tried to bridge Koreas through Buddhism

Venerable Popta traveled to North Korea hundreds of times to work with local monks, rejecting claims they are DPRK spies

Bodhisattva of unification: How one monk tried to bridge Koreas through Buddhism
Roman HusarskiRoman Husarski April 1, 2024
North Korea’s forgotten gulags expose a dark history of human rights abuse
Analysis

North Korea’s forgotten gulags expose a dark history of human rights abuse

Satellite imagery shines a light on the former political prison camps that the Kim regime denies ever existed

North Korea’s forgotten gulags expose a dark history of human rights abuse
Jacob BogleJacob Bogle March 29, 2024
Ask a North Korean: What is it like to work as an overseas laborer in Russia?
Ask A North Korean

Ask a North Korean: What is it like to work as an overseas laborer in Russia?

A former worker in Far East details why the regime sends citizens abroad and a typical day on a construction site

Ask a North Korean: What is it like to work as an overseas laborer in Russia?
Jin Ju-dong March 29, 2024
In Seoul, high-rises double as army outposts in war against North Korean drones
Investigations

In Seoul, high-rises double as army outposts in war against North Korean drones

Anti-aircraft guns on skyscrapers can help counter evolving threats, but risk turning civilian buildings into targets

In Seoul, high-rises double as army outposts in war against North Korean drones
Ifang BremerIfang Bremer March 28, 2024
State media review: North Korea dissolves one of its oldest unification groups
Analysis

State media review: North Korea dissolves one of its oldest unification groups

An in-depth analysis of the death of a 77-year-old organization, Vietnam ties, human rights criticism and more

State media review: North Korea dissolves one of its oldest unification groups
Seung-Yeon ChungSeung-Yeon Chung March 28, 2024
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