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Wednesday 8th March, 2017 | by

North Korea is one of the few countries in the world where International Women’s Day is a national holiday – well, sort of....

Monday 6th March, 2017 | by

"Why must the process of planning a Truth Commission happen now? A fine line exists between historical amnesia and mass retribution. All forms of transitional justice mu...

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Monday 11th April, 2016 | by

Two oil tankers derailed between North Korea's Oedaejin and Yongkwang-gun in late March, according to multiple sources. A significant spillage of diesel oil was also reported by witnesses. A shorta...

Wednesday 30th March, 2016 | by

As North Korea's ruling party maintains a "military-first politics", a number of recent fraud cases involving the impersonation of military personnel were reported by sources currently living in Musan...

Tuesday 22nd March, 2016 | by

According to a North Korean correspondent we spoke to on the evening of the March 16th, “From the beginning of March, the Chinese border region has been frequently lined with armed Chine...

Wednesday 8th March, 2017
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North Korea is one of the few countries in the world where International Women’s Day is a national holiday – well, sort of....

Monday 6th March, 2017
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"Why must the process of planning a Truth Commission happen now? A fine line exists between historical amnesia and mass retribution. All forms of transitional justice must deal with imperfect realiti...

Thursday 2nd March, 2017
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In Part 1 of this analysis, it was established that neither the National Defence Commission nor the Renaissance General Bureau could have killed Kim Jong Nam. Could it have been the Operations Depart...

Tuesday 28th February, 2017
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A better understanding of how power is distributed across North Korea's governmental system will show that it is highly unlikely that Kim Jong Nam was killed by North Korea's military agency. ...