Information related to North Korea’s leadership and leadership structures
Great care is taken to give North Korea’s supreme leadership a sufficiently exalted set of monikers
Those who came of age during Arduous March have less faith in the regime’s benevolence
Month of December, year of 2014 follow patterns of Kim consolidating power since becoming leader in 2011
North Korea’s OGD supremo may have family roots in South Korea
Two officers assume new senior leadership roles, new air force commander elevated in rank
Has Kim Yo Jong tied the knot? What do we know and why does it matter?
Leader highlights light industry, seemingly eyes South Korea in search for sponsors
Regime watchers talk public approval levels, the problems with encouraging defections
Traditional mourning period handled differently by Kim Jong Un, but still meaningful for succession
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