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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...
No more sympathies
On Feb.10, President Park Geun-hye declared that the Gaeseong Industrial Complex would be closed. This declaration effectively means that ...
Do they believe this?
One question foreigners tend to ask when they read is: “Do they really believe this stuff?” Indeed, many of the often-seen claims in North...
FM's amateur act
In search of family roots
Why China is not trusted
From UN chief to Korean president?
Shipwreck and biocide woes
Basic income revisited
Asia's currents of conflict grow
Now ban rest of Russia's team
UK, not EU, will survive
1. Police arrest 22 men five years after alleged gang rape
2. Korean honeymooner found dead in Thailand, husband missing
3. 84% of 20s having sex numb to dating time
4. Koreans' knowledge of China
5. Police officers caught having 'affairs' with students under their aegis
6. Ex-Olympic short track champ killed in motorcycle crash
7. Koreans sleep least in Asia-Pacific region
8. Automated immigration service available to more foreigners
9. Korea 26th best country to live in; low in 'opportunity'
10. Is N. Korea's missile as effective as they say?
Hyosung USA President Terry Swanner, fourth from left, and Managing ...
President Park Geun-hye greets members of the Wise Men’s ...
Kumho Asiana Group Chairman Park Sam-koo, right, shakes hands w...
An LG Innotek employee shows a flexible pressure sensor in this file...
The father of one of the six South Korean soldiers killed durin...
A Chinese consumer applies Korean cosmetics on her hand during the&n...
Agriculture minister Lee Dong-phil, second from left, attends a...
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