Information related to human security / human rights in North Korea
Human rights activists want global community to step up the pressure on the North's long-time ally
Recent developments the result of careful considerations, experts suggest
Thanks to black market, official salaries provide very poor barometer
N. Korean threat makes NIS necessary, but they've exceeded their legal mandate
Belief that their daughter, a victim of North Korean kidnapping, is still alive has not wavered despite meeting
Security agency is in the dock, but it’s fighting back hard
Software-defined radio might prove valuable for increasing information flows into and out of N. Korea
Australian traveler, radio-enthusiast’s project seeks to reveal truths about North Korea's information landscape
Envy of improved living standards, not the old alliance, drives their sentiment toward neighbors
Despite sporadic enforcement, bans on commonplace things can cause hardships
Specialist news and analysis,
research tools, and unique data sets
Internet Explorer is not compatible with this website. We instead recommend using Chrome, Edge, Firefox or Safari.
Microsoft ceased supporting IE 10 and older in 2016.
In addition, Microsoft cyber-security chief Chris Jackson has been urging users to stop using the browser since February 2019.
Join the influential community of members who rely on NK News original news and in-depth reporting
Enter your details below
This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google
Terms of Service apply.
Don't have an account? SIGN UP
Already have an account? SIGN IN
Please enter your username or email address. You will receive a link to create a new password via email.
The NK Pro, NK News and KCNA Watch websites do not support private mode or incognito browsing.