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    • A Pragmatic Approach to Collapsing the Regime: A Critique 15. Juli 2014
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      The latest issue of Shigak follows several significant developments in South Korea’s foreign and domestic affairs, including Xi's visit to Seoul and the Abe administration's reivew of the 1993 "Kono Statement." Other pertinent issues, including textbook wars and domestic political battles, are covered in this issue.
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      Revelations of Ma Won-chun visiting Beijing came two weeks after it took place. What are we to make of the fact that the news finally emerged on the same day as Xi Jinping's visit to South Korea was officially confirmed? This article has been amended.
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      “Our country is well-organized. There are no riots, no strikes, no differences in opinion.” Kim Mun-sung, then Deputy Chair of the Committee for External Economic Cooperation. One of the odder inquiries I sometimes receive from journalists concerns public opinion in North Korea. As far as I know there are no published public opinion surveys (though […]
    • Russia Update 21. Juli 2014
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    • Refugee Testimony: “I am a North Korean Millennial” 18. Juli 2014
      Direct refugee testimony remains one of the most important sources of information on North Korea; in the past we have provided links to a number of presentations including TED Talks from Hyeonseo Lee and Joseph Kim. We now have a new entry from Yeonmi Park. Born in Hyesan in 1993, Park has seen both sides […]
    • South Korean Aid: Trying Again 17. Juli 2014
      This blog has followed the twists and turns of Park Geun Hye’s Trustpolitik, most recently in the reformulation in her Dresden speech. An ongoing issue is how aid will be used to smooth any North-South political process. Most of the Dresden promises were prospective, offering large-scale aid commitments were North Korea to change course. However, […]
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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 […]
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      [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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    • Pyongyang’s cooking website finally appears 18. Juli 2014
      A North Korean cooking website has appeared on the Internet more than two years after it was first reported to have launched. The website of the Korean Association of Cooks offers hundreds of recipes in addition to an introduction to restaurants in North Korea and details of the cooking association. State media first reported on its… Source: North Korea Tech […]
    • Hackathon aims to harness Silicon Valley smarts on North Korea 17. Juli 2014
      A “hackathon” planned for August aims to harness the technical prowess of Silicon Valley in coming up with new ways to get information safely into North Korea. “Hack North Korea” will take place in San Francisco and has been organized by The Human Rights Foundation, a New York-based group that earlier this year helped sent USB thumb… Source: North Korea Tech […]
    • US, others complain to ICAO over North Korean missile launches 16. Juli 2014
      The United States and several other nations have written to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) over North Korea’s failure to notify it of missile launches. Over the past couple of weeks, short and medium-range missile have been fired by North Korea into the sea to the east of the country on a handful of occasions. Each launch took place wit […]
    • Impact studies to begin on additional US interceptor sites 15. Juli 2014
      A U.S. interceptor missile system designed to deter and defend against missiles from North Korea and other nations will take a step forward this week when the U.S. Missile Defense Agency kicks off work on environmental impact statements on four proposed sites. On Wednesday, the MDA is expected to publish a notice informing residents in nearby neighborhoods o […]

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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