The good people at Northeast Asia Matters: The Korean Peninsula have published a translation of Hanguk Ilbo‘s story on the MOU’s report on the platform seating order during the July … Continue reading
Despite the missile tests on Monday (the second round could come at any point in the next five days) and the usual editorial bellyaching in the pages of Rodong Sinmun … Continue reading
The English site for DailyNK features a summary of a series of blogposts written by Hong Kong-based Phoenix TV reporter Rose Luqiu Luwei, who accompanied Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on … Continue reading
I have added all remaining information to the Kim Family page. I may expand the scope to selected cousins and in-laws, but this should edify for the time being.
The Korean Workers’ Party is officially sixty-four years old. Perhaps the 12 October missile tests were a commemoration not only of the KWP, but its steadfast support for songun chongch’i. … Continue reading
The editors at Asia Times are not afraid of ideas. They circulate some truly brilliant essays on global security and international commerce, as well the fringey, unrealistic ramblings of ex-60’s … Continue reading
En coda According to Yonhap News Agency, more North Korean missile tests may be on the way, this time on the country’s west coast. The South Korean government, meanwhile, is … Continue reading