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DPRK avoids anti-U.S. rhetoric, praises ties with China on armistice anniversary

DPRK avoids anti-U.S. rhetoric, praises ties with China on armistice anniversary

North Korean media casts softer tone in Korean War anniversary coverage

DPRK avoids anti-U.S. rhetoric, praises ties with China on armistice anniversary
Dagyum Ji
Dagyum Ji July 27, 2018
The rocky history of recovering POW/MIA remains from North Korea

The rocky history of recovering POW/MIA remains from North Korea

Efforts to repatriate some 5300 fallen servicemen from the DPRK have been marred by false starts

The rocky history of recovering POW/MIA remains from North Korea
Colin Zwirko
Colin Zwirko July 27, 2018
After six months, N. Korea’s reported oil imports just a fraction of previous years
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After six months, N. Korea’s reported oil imports just a fraction of previous years

Open source figures appear unrealistically small for a country of 25 million people

After six months, N. Korea’s reported oil imports just a fraction of previous years
Leo Byrne
Leo Byrne July 27, 2018
North Korea returns 55 sets of MIA/POW remains to United Nations Command

North Korea returns 55 sets of MIA/POW remains to United Nations Command

General Vincent Brooks hails "successful mission" following handover at DPRK's Wonsan airport

North Korea returns 55 sets of MIA/POW remains to United Nations Command
Colin Zwirko
Colin Zwirko July 27, 2018
Visible signs: How sanctions pressure on North Korea is weakening
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Visible signs: How sanctions pressure on North Korea is weakening

From increased border activity to renewed tourism, data suggests "Maximum Pressure" is waning

Visible signs: How sanctions pressure on North Korea is weakening
Chad O'Carroll
Chad O'Carroll July 26, 2018
N. Korea, U.S. to mark Armistice anniversary with GI remains transfer: official

N. Korea, U.S. to mark Armistice anniversary with GI remains transfer: official

Repatriation reportedly set to take place at DPRK's Kalma Airport on Friday morning

N. Korea, U.S. to mark Armistice anniversary with GI remains transfer: official
Colin Zwirko
Colin Zwirko July 26, 2018
Soft power and foreign investment: how North Korea might sell itself to the world
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Soft power and foreign investment: how North Korea might sell itself to the world

Lessons from China suggest any attempt to use propaganda internationally may fall on deaf ears

Soft power and foreign investment: how North Korea might sell itself to the world
Jonathan R. Corrado
Jonathan R. Corrado July 26, 2018
North Korea still producing fissile material: Pompeo

North Korea still producing fissile material: Pompeo

U.S. "engaged in patient diplomacy," Secretary of State tells Senate

North Korea still producing fissile material: Pompeo
Leo Byrne
Leo Byrne July 25, 2018
Over a year-and-a-half on, no State Department envoy on N. Korean human rights

Over a year-and-a-half on, no State Department envoy on N. Korean human rights

U.S. law means position may soon have to be filled, however

Over a year-and-a-half on, no State Department envoy on N. Korean human rights
Colin Zwirko
Colin Zwirko July 24, 2018
Taiwan to stop employing North Korean workers

Taiwan to stop employing North Korean workers

Announcement follows release of U.S. advisory on DPRK sanctions evasion practices

Taiwan to stop employing North Korean workers
Leo Byrne
Leo Byrne July 24, 2018