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The country of railways
In the summer of 2001, the Trans-Siberian Railway (or TSR) was in chaos. Passengers had to wait for hours for the scheduled trains, and th...
Missing the wood for the trees
After three decades of watching North Korea, I have learned that really important news about that nation seldom makes headlines. Instead, ...
From the Manchurian wilderness
The political history of North Korea in 1945-1960 was, first and foremost, the history of factional struggle.
Slow but steady opening
North Korea might seem to be a country stuck in turmoil and disaster - but close watchers of the country’s internal dynamics know that ove...
N. Korea-Russia relationship
One of the most frequently encountered assumptions about North Korea's past is the idea that the Soviet Union was an ally and patron of th...
Coming in back from the cold
The last two years have been marked by sudden disappearances of many North Korean dignitaries and, especially, generals. Yi Young-ho, the ...
Facts and rumors in N. Korea
By Andrei Lankov So, the world media recently treated us with a gruesome story: the prominent North Korean singer, Hyon Song-wol, as ...
N. Korea's war theatrics
As most of readers will still vividly remember, the world media assured us that the Korean Peninsula was on the brink of war five months a...
Household checks in N. Korea
Imagine that you are a North Korean - well, let's say it just happened that you were born in that very peculiar country.
Education in N. Korea
When it comes to education, North Korea is clearly lagging well behind its southern rival and other developed countries, but it is doing e...
Expanded air defense zone
WTO agreement and Korea
WCC and verichip
Sound, noise and void of sound
Unfair LG Uplus contract
Big History and humans
A reflection on 'Sooneung'
White House Watch: what did Congress do in 2013?
Mandela and his ideas triumphed
Ukraine and the European Union
1. Bigger KADIZ will take effect Dec. 15
2. Combining Tylenol, alcohol could lead to kidney disease
3. 'When Park spoke, everybody cried'
4. Loudmouth, popular, oldest…interesting 'whatnots' of Korea's National Assembly
5. Kim Yu-na opens sizeable lead in season debut
6. US veteran seized by NK during tour returns home
7. Kim Yu-na takes lead in short program in Croatia
8. US, China, Japan fully briefed
9. Urine color tells state of health
10. Kim Yu-na cruises to victory in season debut
Korea Development Bank (KDB) Executive Director Rho Wung-gi, th...
Everton’s Gerard Deulofeu, left, celebrates after scoring a go...
Models pose with Christmas cards designed by customers of Home ...
Standard Chartered Bank Korea said Monday it is holding a “Mer...
A model poses next to an LG Electronics’ washing machine, hold...
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, left, hands the ball off to...
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