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Markus Bell writes a sobering reflection on the tens of thousands of Koreans that voluntarily left Japan for North Korea
Only a peace treaty can end a war, but even that isn’t enough to guarantee the cessation of hostilities
Joining the ruling WPK in North Korea is the surest, and in many cases only, path towards social mobility
Seoul is insistent, but Pyongyang and Washington are stuck on what comes first: denuclearization or sanctions relief
DPRK support for the Nicaraguan revolutionaries dates back to early 1970s and reflects support for liberation movements
COVID-19 restrictions and Pyongyang’s disinterest stand in the way, but ROK ruling party hopes to gain regardless
A discussion featuring North Korea analyst James Fretwell, Iran specialist Negar Mortazavi and missile expert Tal Inbar
David Miller discusses his research into South Korea’s killing of political prisoners during the Korean War
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