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Gas price surge continues in Pyongyang, residents say, but some unaffected
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Gas price surge continues in Pyongyang, residents say, but some unaffected

Tourism industry not yet impacted by price hikes, despite experience of foreign residents

Gas price surge continues in Pyongyang, residents say, but some unaffected
Chad O'Carroll
Chad O'Carroll May 2, 2017
Expert survey: Should UN member states end diplomatic relations with N.Korea?

Expert survey: Should UN member states end diplomatic relations with N.Korea?

Experts weigh in on how North Korea would respond to severed diplomatic ties

Expert survey: Should UN member states end diplomatic relations with N.Korea?
Chad O'Carroll
Chad O'Carroll May 1, 2017
The humanitarian impact of oil sanctions against North Korea
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The humanitarian impact of oil sanctions against North Korea

UN Security Council restrictions on oil to the DPRK would be a disproportionate act risking grave consequences

The humanitarian impact of oil sanctions against North Korea
Tristan Webb
Tristan Webb April 28, 2017
N. Korean ships open cargo holds in Chinese port, suggesting coal trade continues
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N. Korean ships open cargo holds in Chinese port, suggesting coal trade continues

Satellite imagery confirms that at least two vessels likely unloaded their coal cargos in China's Jingtang Port

N. Korean ships open cargo holds in Chinese port, suggesting coal trade continues
Leo Byrne
Leo Byrne April 28, 2017
Donald Trump meets Xi Jinping: What did we learn?
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Donald Trump meets Xi Jinping: What did we learn?

Overshadowed by strikes in Syria, talks yielded little in terms of concrete policy shifts

Donald Trump meets Xi Jinping: What did we learn?
Stephan Haggard
Stephan Haggard April 9, 2017
Two more North Korean ships arrive at Chinese coal, iron terminal
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Two more North Korean ships arrive at Chinese coal, iron terminal

Vessels sailed from North Korea and are owned by Pyongyang-based companies.

Two more North Korean ships arrive at Chinese coal, iron terminal
Leo Byrne
Leo Byrne April 6, 2017
Russian trade with North Korea decreased in 2016: data
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Russian trade with North Korea decreased in 2016: data

Exports of Russian coal to the DPRK increased over 2015 equivalents, however

Russian trade with North Korea decreased in 2016: data
Leo Byrne
Leo Byrne April 4, 2017
Chinese zinc imports in February could breach UN sanctions
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Chinese zinc imports in February could breach UN sanctions

Chinese zinc imports increased nearly ten-fold over the previous month, customs data shows

Chinese zinc imports in February could breach UN sanctions
Leo Byrne
Leo Byrne March 30, 2017
China’s February imports of North Korean coal worth $97 million: KITA
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China’s February imports of North Korean coal worth $97 million: KITA

Volumes decreased again compared to January, and were just half of last year's record imports

China’s February imports of North Korean coal worth $97 million: KITA
Leo Byrne
Leo Byrne March 29, 2017
Fiji police continue investigation into illegal flag use by N. Korea-linked ships
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Fiji police continue investigation into illegal flag use by N. Korea-linked ships

Number of DPRK ships using Fijian flags drops between February and March

Fiji police continue investigation into illegal flag use by N. Korea-linked ships
Leo Byrne
Leo Byrne March 28, 2017