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Inter-Korean

Information related to inter-Korean developments

Korea’s Jeju Massacre: Bringing America’s role to light

Korea’s Jeju Massacre: Bringing America’s role to light

S.Korean scholars, activists visit U.S. to call for shared responsibility for massacre on Jeju Island

Korea’s Jeju Massacre: Bringing America’s role to light
Ha-young Choi
Ha-young Choi April 7, 2015
North Korea to ship more coal to South
NK PRO

North Korea to ship more coal to South

Second trial for trilateral project involving Russia, DPRK, South Korea to take place no later than May

North Korea to ship more coal to South
Leo Byrne
Leo Byrne April 6, 2015
North Korea will not participate in railway group meeting – Korail
NK PRO

North Korea will not participate in railway group meeting – Korail

Absence will delay South Korean membership, required to carry out Silk Road Express plans

North Korea will not participate in railway group meeting – Korail
Leo Byrne
Leo Byrne April 2, 2015
Must the Cheonan wreck torpedo inter-Korean ties?
COLUMN

Must the Cheonan wreck torpedo inter-Korean ties?

Truly honoring the dead means not sacrificing Korea’s future to its past

Must the Cheonan wreck torpedo inter-Korean ties?
Aidan Foster-Carter
Aidan Foster-Carter March 27, 2015
After 60 years of division, how do North Koreans say ‘tractor?’

After 60 years of division, how do North Koreans say ‘tractor?’

Among other differences, North Koreans have little use for loanwords, even from Chinese

After 60 years of division, how do North Koreans say ‘tractor?’
Kim Yoo-sung
Kim Yoo-sung March 25, 2015
South Korea faces tough choice on THAAD

South Korea faces tough choice on THAAD

Deployed or not, missile defense system likely to remain a contentious issue

South Korea faces tough choice on THAAD
John G. Grisafi
John G. Grisafi March 24, 2015
Korea and America, North and South

Korea and America, North and South

Preventing carpetbagging exploiters, rampant discrimination, historical whitewashes all look post-unification challenges

Korea and America, North and South
Dennis P. Halpin
Dennis P. Halpin March 23, 2015
Civic vs. Social: How politics holds back Seoul’s North Korean human rights law

Civic vs. Social: How politics holds back Seoul’s North Korean human rights law

Efforts to craft law drags on for a decade, with debate over which rights to prioritize

Civic vs. Social: How politics holds back Seoul’s North Korean human rights law
Subin Kim
Subin Kim March 18, 2015
China, not U.S., seeks peace in North Korea: scholar

China, not U.S., seeks peace in North Korea: scholar

Korean unification would be bonanza not only for Koreans but for all Northeast Asia, academic says

China, not U.S., seeks peace in North Korea: scholar
Subin Kim
Subin Kim March 18, 2015
Kaesong serves as North Korea’s window into the world

Kaesong serves as North Korea’s window into the world

Region surrounding inter-Korean complex features standards of living rest of the country can only imagine

Kaesong serves as North Korea’s window into the world
Andrei Lankov
Andrei Lankov March 16, 2015