1,2,3,4,5…this is my 6th book on Korean issues. This one is dedicated to North Korean issues. Interested? You can buy it there. If you’re interested in my other books and publications, have a look there. Advertisements
Kim Yong-chol (his biogram is available there) is supposed to lead the North Korea’s Olympic Ceremony Delegation. He’s considered as the mastermind of attacks on South Korea but also involved in North-South Korean issues since 1989 and currently in charge of inter- Korean affairs in the North. He also acted as a spokesman for the KPA… Read More Who is Kim Yong-chol, the mastermind of attacks on South Korea, invited to Seoul?
I was recently interviewed by Sebastien Falletti, from the French “Le Figaro” on issues. related to the implication of North Korean in the Olympic Games of Pyeongchang. Some of my views in this article are available on the attached link
I prepared a review of the book entitled Long Road Home: Testimony of a North Korean Camp Survivor (coprepared by Kim Yong&Kim Suk-young) in the latest issue of Acta Asiatica Varsoviensia, a major Polish research journal on Asian issues. The review may be downloaded there
I prepared a review of the book entitled “North Korean Defectors in a New and Competitive Society” (author: Lee Ahlam) in the latest issue of Acta Asiatica Varsoviensia, a major Polish research journal on Asian issues. The review is available there.
I’m delighted to announce the publication of my latest book (in Polish) entitled “Nic nie wiem o Korei Północnej” [I know anything about North Korea]. For those who are interested, you may order it there.
A high-level North Korean delegation including leader Kim Jong Un’s sister has arrived at a train station in Pyeongchang hours ahead of the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics. Kim Yo-jong on Friday became officialy the first member of her family to visit South Korea since the 1950-53 Korean War. However it’s known that Kim Yong-ju, the… Read More Kim Yo-jong arrived in South Korea
According to the US Department of Treasury, its Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) today sanctioned nine entities, 16 individuals, and six vessels in response to North Korea’s ongoing development of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and continued violations of United Nations Security Council Resolutions (UNSCRs). Today’s sanctions target agents of the Kim regime financing… Read More Treasury Sanctions North Korean Overseas Representatives, Shipping Companies, and Chinese Entities Supporting the Kim Regime