September 30, 2020

Tag: Inter-Korean

Information related to inter-Korean developments

Why Kim Jong Un’s letters probably don’t mean a shift in South Korea policy

Letters and apology will be welcomed by Seoul, but prospects for big changes in inter-Korean relations remain low

Christopher Green September 26, 2020

Full text: North Korea explains why it shot and killed a South Korean official

NK Pro translated the full note sent to South Korea by North Korea’s United Front Department

NK Pro September 25, 2020

North Korea’s killing of a South Korean official spells trouble for Moon Jae-in

The victim’s death likely involved shoot-to-kill orders in place to stop COVID-19 from entering the DPRK. But what now?

Chad O'Carroll September 24, 2020

Hope is not lost: President Biden might actually make progress on North Korea

Many see Joe Biden only as “strategic patience.” But if elected, he may take things in an entirely different direction.

James Fretwell September 23, 2020

North Korea in Aug. 2020: A month review and what’s ahead

An analytical look at the main developments from Aug. 1, 2020 to Aug. 31, 2020

NK Pro September 2, 2020

Timeline: From North Korean floods to another round of Kim Jong Un health rumors

NK Pro timeline charts the key events from Aug. 1 to Aug. 31

NK Pro September 1, 2020

Bad omen: How storms, COVID-19 and the US vote will impact inter-Korea relations

Damaging typhoons and the U.S. elections may be an opportunity for Pyongyang and Seoul to connect — or to drift apart

Christopher Green August 27, 2020

South Korean NGO to send dental equipment to ‘vulnerable groups’ in North Korea

Medical Aid for Children (MAC) gets sanctions exemptions to send dental equipment to the DPRK within the next six months

Jeongmin Kim August 18, 2020

Transcript: South Korea’s MOU addresses balloon and leaflet launch controversy

Full remarks from an Aug. 11 Ministry of Unification press tour reveal the government's logic behind recent crackdowns

NK Pro August 12, 2020

Why heavy rain and border water pose a chronic political risk for South Korea

North Korean dams have the power to release rainwater during monsoons, which can cause significant hurt to the South

Christopher Green August 11, 2020
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