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June 23, 2024

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Kim Jong Un’s correspondence with Putin shoots up amid cooperation over Ukraine

Kim Jong Un’s correspondence with Putin shoots up amid cooperation over Ukraine

North Korean and Russian leaders have exchanged 19 letters since 2022, but Syria’s Assad remains most frequent pen pal

Kim Jong Un’s correspondence with Putin shoots up amid cooperation over Ukraine
Joe Smith
Joe Smith April 4, 2024
North Korean restaurant staff insult South Koreans, calling them ‘puppets’

North Korean restaurant staff insult South Koreans, calling them ‘puppets’

Experts say DPRK likely ordered staff at overseas restaurants to use slur after declaring the ROK a separate enemy state

North Korean restaurant staff insult South Koreans, calling them ‘puppets’
Lina Park
Lina Park April 4, 2024
North Korea in March 2024: A month in review and what’s ahead
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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 Pro
NK Pro April 3, 2024
Timeline: From North Korea’s nuclear rocket salvo to the next ‘great person’ 
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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 Pro
NK Pro April 3, 2024
FIFA fines North Korea $11K for scrapping World Cup qualifier against Japan

FIFA fines North Korea $11K for scrapping World Cup qualifier against Japan

Pyongyang unlikely to pay fine and will see minimum penalty as ‘reward’ for last-minute cancellation, expert says

FIFA fines North Korea $11K for scrapping World Cup qualifier against Japan
Shreyas Reddy
Shreyas Reddy April 3, 2024
The challenges of archiving North Korea’s volatile media – Ep. 336
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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 Zwetsloot
Jacco Zwetsloot | NK News April 3, 2024
US, ROK and Japan hold nuclear bomber drills after North Korean missile launch

US, ROK and Japan hold nuclear bomber drills after North Korean missile launch

Seoul says first trilateral air drills of the year seek to deter DPRK’s ‘advancing nuclear and missile threats’

US, ROK and Japan hold nuclear bomber drills after North Korean missile launch
Shreyas Reddy
Shreyas Reddy April 2, 2024
South Korea sanctions Russian ships over alleged arms shipments to North Korea

South Korea sanctions Russian ships over alleged arms shipments to North Korea

Seoul also designates Russian companies linked to DPRK’s deployment of overseas IT workers to earn money for regime

South Korea sanctions Russian ships over alleged arms shipments to North Korea
Shreyas Reddy
Shreyas Reddy April 2, 2024
How North Korea’s obsession with racial purity informs its new stance on South
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How North Korea’s obsession with racial purity informs its new stance on South

Kim regime has long claimed ethnic superiority and could use ROK’s multiculturalism to paint it as foreign enemy

How North Korea’s obsession with racial purity informs its new stance on South
Peter Ward
Peter Ward April 2, 2024
In limbo: What’s next for North Korea sanctions after Russia vetoes UN watchdog
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In limbo: What’s next for North Korea sanctions after Russia vetoes UN watchdog

Last-minute deal to save Panel of Experts looks unlikely, and former members say any replacement would lack UN authority

In limbo: What’s next for North Korea sanctions after Russia vetoes UN watchdog
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