I recently published in Polish a detailed research paper related to cultural relations between Poland and North Korea. The article may be downloaded there Advertisements Continue reading New Publication on Central Europe-DPRK issues
I’m quoted by Yonhap, the South Korean News Agency, regarding the latest fire of a ballistic missile of NK with intercontinental range.
My article entitled “The community of North Korean elites and defectors in Eastern European Countries” was recently published in the Research Journal “Gdańskie Studia Azji Wschodniej”, feel free to use anc criticize it. Continue reading The community of North Korean elites and defectors in Eastern European Countries
I was recently asked by “Wirtschafts Woche” the leading German weekly business news magazine published in Germany, to perform a research regarding some NK workers based close to Warsaw. The results of our investigation are presented over there. Continue reading Consultant for Wirtschafts Woche
By murdering North Korean elites, Kim Jong-un is getting lonely. His network is weakening especially after the premature death of his uncle Jang Sung-thaek. Now, he also losts a lot, by organizing the death of his half borther Kim Jong-nam. Continue reading “The next casualty of Kim Jong-un? [PART 3/3]”
1988-1994 : Period in Central Europe 4.1 Period in Hungary In August 1988, the official Korean Central News Agency carried a single report on 14th August that Kim Pyong Il was moved to Hungary in order to be the ambassador … Continue reading The next casualty of Kim Jong-un? [PART 2/3]
As it was presumed, North Korea conducted a new nuclear test, its fifth one, at its famous site based at Punggye-ri on the 9th September. This test caused an earthquake of 5.3 magnitude, which is identical to January activity. Meanwhile in Pyongyang, it’s the national day, an important holiday in North Korea.
The aim of this text is to provide a review of North Korean studies made in Poland for the past 65 years. This text will review the main trends associated to North Korean studies. There are two generations of researchers in North Korean studies in Poland. As of now the youngest generation of Polish researchers is dealing with challenges.