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    • Slave to the Blog: Tourism and Academic Exchange Edition 23. April 2014
      For any other country, an analysis of tourism and academic exchanges would hardly seem newsworthy. This blog has covered these activities in some detail because getting into and out of the country is not altogether straightforward. A relatively limited number of tour companies operate and there is the perennial question of whether tourism is or […]
    • “Only Weirdos Take Interest in Legislative Session” 22. April 2014
      North Korea has recently held a series of high-level political meetings: an “enlarged” meeting of the Central Military Commission (CMC, March 17), a Politburo meeting (April 8), which in turn preceded the first session of the 13th Supreme People’s Assembly (April 9) following SPA elections a month before. Drawing on informants inside the country, DailyNK […] […]
    • The Commission of Inquiry: The Arria Meeting 21. April 2014
      In an earlier post, we covered the complexities of the UN Security Council role in following up on the Commission of Inquiry report. The vetoes of China and Russia foreclose referral to the International Criminal Court or additional sanctions, as the report argues its findings warrant. Chinese and Russian views also constitute a hurdle to […]
    • A Recap of This Week’s Events 19. April 2014
      For those of you not able to make the two excellent events on North Korea at Brookings earlier this week, we offer a recap and links here. First, C-SPAN has provided video coverage of Monday’s Human Rights in North Korea: An Address by Michael Kirby, in which Justice Kirby presents the findings and recommendations of the Commission of Inquiry on […]
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    • Ecumenical Accompaniment for Building Justice and Peace in Korea by Erich Weingartner 3. Dezember 2013
      [This article was written for a discussion on "The Korean Peninsula: Towards an Ecumenical Accompaniment for Building Justice and Peace" at the 10th General Assembly of the World Council of Churches, which took place in Busan, Republic of Korea, from 30 October to 8 November 2013.] The Korean War claimed millions of lives between 1950 […]
    • The Final Chapter 28. August 2013
      [In order to bring up-to-date our website readers who are not CanKor Report subscribers, we are posting the introductions of the last three issues for your information. Here follows the introduction to the last CanKor Report #350, dated 27 July 2013, the 60th Anniversary of the Armistice Agreement.  --CanKor] Dear Friends, Exactly 13 years after the first Ca […]
    • The Countdown is On 27. August 2013
      [In order to bring up-to-date our website readers who are not CanKor Report subscribers, we are posting the introductions of the last three issues for your information. Here follows the introduction to CanKor Report #349, the penultimate issue.  --CanKor] Following the announcement that CanKor is coming to an end, we received numerous heartfelt expressions o […]
    • The End (of CanKor) is at Hand 26. August 2013
      [In order to bring up-to-date our website readers who are not CanKor Report subscribers, we are posting the introductions of the last three issues for your information. Here follows the introduction to CanKor Report #348.  --CanKor] All good things must come to an end. But it seems that bad things tend to stick around a lot […]
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    • Chinese retailer denies involvement with drones found in South Korea 22. April 2014
      A Beijing-based drone retailer has denied having anything to do with two drones that were recently discovered in South Korea near the country’s border with the north. The company, China TranComm Technologies, sells the Sky-09P drone, which in images appears very similar to the drones that crashed in South Korea. The similarity between the drones found… Sourc […]
    • More on the Chinese Sky-09 drone 21. April 2014
      More photos have emerged of the Chinese Sky-09P drone that appears similar to at least one of the drones that was discovered crashed in South Korea. The new photos provide a clearer view of the underside of the drone and the slingshot launching system. The photos are published on the website of China Trancomm Technologies (北京中交通信科技有限公司), a… Source: North Kor […]
    • North Korea’s drones: Made in China? 19. April 2014
      A drone recovered by South Korea that the country suspects was on a spying mission from the north bears a close resemblance to one produced by a Chinese aerospace company. The drone was one of several discovered in the last month close to the inter-Korean border. The stubby craft was painted sky blue with a few… Source: North Korea Tech No related posts. […]
    • US State Dept. puts out call for North Korea projects 16. April 2014
      The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor (DRL) put out a call Tuesday for projects aimed at human rights and democracy in North Korea. DRL will fund winning proposals with grants of up to $350,000 per organization and groups have until May 13, 2014, to complete and submit their proposals. Proposals can cover… Source: North K […]

Nordkoreas Nuklearprogramm. CRS-Bericht bietet einen Überblick

Vom Congressional Research Service, dem wissenschaftlichen Dienst der beiden parlamentarischen Kammern der USA, gibt es einen geupdateten Bericht zum Nuklearprogramm Nordkoreas. Auf knapp 30 Seiten bietet der Bericht “North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons: Technical Issues” einen sehr schönen Überblick über Geschichte, Entwicklungsstand, Verhandlungen und Maßnahmen bezüglich des nordkoreanischen Nuklearprogramms. Mit eingearbeitet sind auch die jüngsten Erkenntnisse, die sich aus den privaten Besuchen einiger wissenschaftlicher Delegationen im Land. Wer sich einen Überblick über das verschaffen will, was man über das Programm sicher weiß oder wer sich über die Geschichte des Programms und der Verhandlungen um selbiges informieren möchte, ohne Gerüchte und Halbwahrheiten von Realem trennen zu müssen, dem sei das Paper wärmstens empfohlen.

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