Timeline: From Pyongyang’s election silence to trade dips and Politburo meetings
NK Pro timeline charts the key events from Nov. 1 - Nov. 30
November was a month filled with international media coverage on the U.S. presidential elections — and yet North Korea never said a word about the event, nor its results to date.
Although Pyongyang is likely keeping a close eye on what Biden’s future North Korea policy will be, DPRK state media focused more on domestic affairs this month — namely the 80-day battle, the economy and COVID-19.
While Kim Jong Un did not guide any military drills or missile launches in Nov. 2020, he did chair two Politburo meetings. He discussed COVID-19 policy enforcement, warned against
- 01North Korea’s latest parade shows that Kim is deadset on boosting weapons
- 02Recap: What North Korea rolled out at its Eighth Party Congress military parade
- 03A newly-declassified document underscores Trump’s North Korea failures
- 04Party Congress: What Biden should expect from North Korea going forward
- 05Kim Jong Un’s latest military plans go far beyond nuclear weapons
- 06Full recap: North Korea reshuffles key leadership roles at Eighth Party Congress
- 07So far, North Korea’s new economic plan is full of bad signs
- 08Party Congress: Kim Jong Un’s weapons wishlist suggests testing campaign ahead