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Why did they close Gaeseong?
In early April, the North Korean government did something it had not dared to do before: it recalled all North Korean workers from the Gae...
No longer a Stalinist state
Even though North Korea is often described as a "Stalinist" nation, this label has long become anachronistic. The last 15 years have seen ...
Pyongyang once again has the world’s attention and the North Korean leaders are clearly enjoying their recent experience. If we need any m...
Behind N. Korea's rhetoric
Over the last month, the world media has again begun to write about “growing tensions on the Korean Peninsula.” Some have gone even so far...
On Sino-Korean border
I spent the last two weeks of February in China, travelling along the Sino-North Korean border. I have not been to the area for four years...
Marriage in N. Korea
People marry ― most do, anyway. The institution of marriage has gone through numerous transformations, but overall it has been one of the ...
It would be an exaggeration to say that North Korea’s third nuclear test came out of the blue. It is well known that nuclear tests go well...
Where have all dissenters gone?
It was just another research interview of the type I have experienced more or less every week for years.
Tech fetishism in N. Korea
A few weeks ago, I witnessed a discussion between a prominent historian and a young leftist with moderate pro-North Korean sympathies.
Sad truth about N. Korean missiles
The political dust, which was created by North Korea’s successful rocket launch is beginning to settle. Predictably, there has been the us...
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Role of embassies
Don't trust your men, Madam!
Drama throws apt questions
Online education revolution in Korea
New growth formula
Blackmailing out of fear
'Potential for Georgia-Korea economic cooperation is huge'
Talking points? Raise your voice in protest
Apple's tax avoidance is legal but rotten
In Africa's Great Lakes region, peace dividend must follow peace deal
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President Park Geun-hye poses with new Korean Ambassador to the...
Samsung Electronics Chairman Lee Kun-hee, right, poses with James R....
KB Kookmin Bank CEO Min Byong-deok, fourth from left, and Salvation ...
Ford Korea CEO Jae Jung poses with the firm’s new premium ...
Bereaved relatives of soldiers who died while serving mandatory...
Miami Heat forward LeBron James, right, drives against Indiana Pacer...
Foreigners look at “hwangtae,” or dried pollacks, displa...
Cleveland Indians' Mark Reynolds hits a two-run
Wolfsburg’s captain Nadine Kessler, center, with the trophy sm...
A participant at a symposium on robotic surgery hosted by Ewha Woman...
Lee Charm, second from left, Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) CEO, a...
Financial Services Commission Chairman Shin Je-yoon, fifth from left...
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