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
The idea to form a North Korean government in exile has emerged among some defectors amid speculation that a war may be unavoidable on the Korean Peninsula after North Korea’s intensified provocation pit the country against the rest of the world. Some NK defectors tried to motivate some members of the Kim family to participate in. I will explain within the next lines, why I consider it as a discussing idea.
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.
Malgré les dépenses en investissements, les seuls qui désirent vraiment la réunification de la Corée sont d’une part les familles séparées des deux côtés de la Péninsule Coréenne mais surtout les autorités américaines qui rêvent de stationner à la frontière chinoise. Quant aux sud-coréens, une réunification serait synonyme de problèmes et c’est pourquoi… Read More Allons-nous droit à la guerre sur la Péninsule Coréenne ?
Handsome, intelligent, good looking: these word are adjectives which are often used for describing the half brother of Kim Jong Il : Kim Pyong Il. He was, is and will be always considered as a potential successor of his father, Kim Il Sung and therefore as a direct rival to Kim Jong Il. However the… Read More The next casualty of Kim Jong-un? [PART 1/3]
Ri Tong-il (리덩일), a former Deputy UN ambassador for North Korea, is supposed to be the new DPRK ambassador to Malaysia. Ri Tong-il studied at the University of International Studies and at the School of Foreign Languages in Pyongyang. He was studying with Ri Kil-song, a MOFA DPRK official. The nomination of Ri Tong-il to Kuala Lumpur… Read More A new DPRK ambassador to Malaysia?
John, as he liked to be names, otherwise Kim Jong-nam, the oldest son of Kim Jong-il, was murdered last week at the low-cost terminal of Kuala Lumpur airport. I summarized this assasination in this article.
Kim Jong-nam passed away according to a Malaysian News agency. “The police have confirmed a North Korean who died at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport yesterday was Kim Jong-Nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Un.”