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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...
The Parks, a Pyongyang success story
Ms. Park (not her real name) was born in the late 1960s and by birthright she belongs to the North Korean aristocracy. All her grandparent...
NK's founding father, Kim Il-sung
On the 15th of April, North Korea had lavish celebrations for Kim Il Sung’s birthday, officially known as “Day of the Sun”. These celebrat...
North Korea's lords of coal
Resolution 2270, which the U.N. Security Council adopted on March 2, introduced many restrictions on the export of North Korean coal. Admi...
China holds keys to N. Korea's future
On March 2, the U.N. Security Council passed a resolution that introduces new sanctions against North Korea. Resolution 2270 is by no mean...
Rooting out corruption
Foundation for wartime sexual slaves
Surge of female politicians
'Brexit' vs. 'Korexit'
Time for 'Korexit'
Have you eaten?
Russian doping decision darkens Rio Olympics
China tries to cover sun with palm of hand
1. Rebel N. Korean soldiers in shootout with Chinese authorities
2. Tons of trash litter Korean beaches
3. More upper-class people flee N. Korea
4. Monk from US blasts Korean Buddhism for love of money
5. How to 'unelect' Trump
6. N. Korea diplomats threaten African news outlets
7. South China Sea and Korea
8. NK giving orders to spies through radio broadcasts
9. Air Force NCOs catch Ugandan hit-run driver
10. Hilti Korea's human-resources focus pays off
South Korea’s handball player Oh Young-ran carries her nation'...
Shin Yang Metal Industry President Ha Jang-hong, right, poses with I...
Baek Minjuhwa, daughter of 69-year-old farmer Baek Nam-ki who r...
SK Group Vice Chairman Chey Jae-won walks out of a prison in Ga...
Korean Air officials and airport authorities inspect a Korean A...
Starbucks Coffee Korea CEO Lee Seock-koo, left, with employees durin...
A sales agent promotes air conditioners to a customer at Lotte Hi-Ma...
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