Information related to the North Korea’s foreign relations
Non-interventionist, protectionist trends in U.S. leave Seoul thinking deterrence
The late 1980s saw the movement of the ‘good foreigner,’ including from Japan, in Northern works
Attempt to attack DPRK web presence led to outages on independent blogs, South Korean gvt sites
If China’s economic fortunes are set for a downturn, where does that leave its dependent?
Foreign owned tankers delivering to North Korea could indicate increasing demand
Some memories, but little official recognition, of Kim Jong Il in his birthplace
At what point does a fed-up Beijing look elsewhere in the Kim family to uphold its interests?
Why we should take more seriously what North Korea tells its own people
Kim Jong Un more likely to die in office than see his regime collapse, historian of Korea says
Direct action difficult, but they say defectors can be supported indirectly
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