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Tue, September 27, 2016 | 07:28
Bridges of Dandong county
Bridges connect countries - few people would argue with this remark. If a country needs connections with the outside world, it builds a br...
Jumping the ship
The recent few months have been marked by a significant increase in the number of the elite defection from North Korea - a defection of th...
Large, moody and dangerous
It is clear, that since mid-July, the relations between South Korea and China, which in recent years had been quite friendly, have begun t...
Alliance of convenience
Many, if not most, Westerners with a passing interest in North Korea tend to believe that in the bygone days of the Communist bloc the Sov...
North Korea's foreign trade
Recent economic sanctions created serious problems with exports of minerals from North Korea. Technically UN member countries are banned f...
Recent UN sanctions that have put so much emphasis on mineral exports from North Korea have unavoidably attracted much attention to export...
Communist countries loved their railways. Compared with market economies of roughly similar size, the communist bloc countries paid much m...
China and NK: back to square one
For a brief while, South Korean diplomats were in a rather celebratory mood: it looked like China, for a change, had joined the ROK and th...
Sanctions working? Not yet...
On the March 5, the U.N. Security Council introduced new sanctions targeting North Korea. Although they have some loopholes, they are much...
Workers' Party Congress: much ado about (almost) nothing?
For a few months, North Korea watchers and media have been actively discussing the then-coming Seventh Congress of the Korean Workers' Par...
Faltering car industry
NK's evolving threats
Terror on roads becoming new reality
Night college fiasco
Ramblings on Olympics
Kaepernick and national anthem
What if 5 million jobs disappear?
November election is plain scary
Remember the Sharps
1. Seoul to develop vast underground city
2. American doctors imported apples to Korea
3. 'One Korean male attempted join Islamic State'
4. Major rail service disruptions due Tuesday as workers go on strike
5. Future of mobility in Seoul as a smart city
6. Botswana severs ties with N. Korea over human rights
7. Malaysia to emulate Korea's economic model
8. K-pop diva Bada in romance with businessman
9. Instant noodles offer golden opportunity
10. Samsung, Apple phone race heats up
A B-1B strategic bomber of the U.S. Air Force is on public display, ...
People wearing hanbok, or Korean traditional attire, parade near Jeo...
Lotte Giants’ fans boo during the team’s match against N...
Models promote LG Tromm Styler during an H.O.G. Korea Chapter motorc...
Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Minister Kim Jae-soo, right...
SK Group Chairman Chey Tae-won looks at photos and other historical ...
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