July 02, 2022

Foreign Relations

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North Korean BBQ Diplomacy: How Current Tensions Are Hurting New York’s “Mob Crew”

North Korean BBQ Diplomacy: How Current Tensions Are Hurting New York’s “Mob Crew”

"The more I grow up, the more I’m learning that that f--kin’ gangster mentality never got me anywhere."

North Korean BBQ Diplomacy: How Current Tensions Are Hurting New York’s “Mob Crew”
Justin Rohrlich
Justin Rohrlich April 8, 2013
Why North Koreans Should Be Allowed Asylum Beyond South Korea – A Response

Why North Koreans Should Be Allowed Asylum Beyond South Korea – A Response

'If this is the type of governmental discrimination that North Koreans face in South Korea, I may be tempted to sign up for such discrimination'

Why North Koreans Should Be Allowed Asylum Beyond South Korea – A Response
Markus Bell
Markus Bell April 4, 2013
Why Korea Needs The BBC World Service

Why Korea Needs The BBC World Service

A BBC Korean service would be an important step forward for the UK's involvement in Korean peninsula affairs

Why Korea Needs The BBC World Service
Sarah A. Son
Sarah A. Son March 27, 2013
Why North Koreans Should Be Allowed Asylum Beyond South Korea

Why North Koreans Should Be Allowed Asylum Beyond South Korea

Economic and social discrimination in South Korea provides a rationale for asylum in third countries

Why North Koreans Should Be Allowed Asylum Beyond South Korea
Markus Bell
Markus Bell March 25, 2013
How Kim Jong Il Reacted To The 2003 Invasion of Iraq

How Kim Jong Il Reacted To The 2003 Invasion of Iraq

This Day In The History Of the DPRK: March 20, 2003

How Kim Jong Il Reacted To The 2003 Invasion of Iraq
Brandon K. Gauthier
Brandon K. Gauthier March 20, 2013
The NK News Study Guide Part 3: Liberation, Division and the Korean War

The NK News Study Guide Part 3: Liberation, Division and the Korean War

North Korean Studies Newbie? Want to learn more? Get acquainted with the NK NEWS Study Guides

The NK News Study Guide Part 3: Liberation, Division and the Korean War
Gianluca Spezza
Gianluca Spezza March 8, 2013
One African Man’s North Korean Juche Adventure

One African Man’s North Korean Juche Adventure

The curious tale of why a young man from Guinea ended up becoming a pawn in North Korea's 1980's UN vote chase.

One African Man’s North Korean Juche Adventure
Benjamin R. Young
Benjamin R. Young March 7, 2013
8 Risks and Failures Of U.S. Policy to North Korea

8 Risks and Failures Of U.S. Policy to North Korea

‘Imagine waking up in 2016 and finding North Korea is now a small nuclear state’

8 Risks and Failures Of U.S. Policy to North Korea
David Slatter
David Slatter March 7, 2013
25 Years of Slam Dunk Diplomacy

25 Years of Slam Dunk Diplomacy

Rodman trip comes after 25 years of basketball diplomacy between U.S. and North Korea

25 Years of Slam Dunk Diplomacy
Nate Thayer
Nate Thayer March 4, 2013