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    • Hagiography of the Kims and the Childhood of Saints: Kim Jong-il 12. August 2014
      Christopher Richardson examines the mythological narrative of Kim Jong-il's genesis, uncovering the carefully constructed combination of religion, half-truths, and state propaganda.
    • Saenuri Party Triumphant: #Shigak no. 10 10. August 2014
      The latest Shigak recaps the crucial July 30 by-elections and discusses what the Saenuri Party's electoral victory means for South Korean politics going forward. Additional stories covered include: Korea's rising immigrant population, issues of national identity, and the fate of private high schools, among others.
    • “Victory Day,” the Canonization of Kim Jong-il, and North Korean Succession Politics 2. August 2014
      Why did the North Korean commemorations of the July 27, 1953 Armistice dwell so heavily on Kim Jong-il, who was just a child during the Korean War? Adam Cathcart investigates how shifting histories in Pyongyang are laying the groundwork for ongoing succession narratives for the present leader.
    • Chosun Ilbo Surveys 100 North Koreans 28. Juli 2014
      The results of a recent survey conducted by Chosun Ilbo of visa-holding North Koreans in the Sino-North Korean borderlands offer a rare, if imperfect, glimpse of domestic public opinion in the DPRK. Christopher Green analyzes the findings.
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    • Diplomatic Update: Trustpolitik, ASEAN Diplomacy and the Six Party Talks 20. August 2014
      While I was traveling in Northeast China last week, there were a few diplomatic developments that warrant brief comment, starting with President Park’s bid to re-open a channel to the North and the outcome of the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) meetings in Burma. In addition, “strategic patience” has been taking a beating both in hearings […]
    • STTB: Mailing it in from the Beach Edition 19. August 2014
      Jim Hage is an accomplished runner, a nice guy, and a complete obsessive. He’s been running every day for more than 30 years and has covered more than 100,000(!) miles during this streak. I learned how to say “wind chill” in French from an anecdote about arriving late one night in Montreal in the dead […]
    • North Korean Refugees in China: Sometimes it’s Better to be Lucky than Good 15. August 2014
      In the last few weeks a spate of stories have emerged involving North Korean refugees in China and the people who may (or may not) be assisting them. Sorting out truth from fiction, systematic policy from ad hoc decisions by local officials, and signaling from fundamental policy shifts is no easy thing. Time to triangulate. […]
    • STTB: This Week in Tourism and Fake Propaganda 15. August 2014
      If you haven’t already seen it, “Enter Pyongyang” – a slick time-lapse video made in collaboration with Koryo Tours that shoots you through the North Korean capital – has made a big splash in news outlets and social media; at the time of this writing it has received 2.6 million views. In terms of technical […]
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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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    • KCTV updates its evening news graphics 19. August 2014
      North Korea’s main evening news bulletin has a new look. Korean Central Television has updated the opening sequence of the 8pm evening news program for the first time since September 2012. The new graphics begin with a map of the world, zooming into the DPRK and then a wall of clips from the station’s news… Source: North Korea Tech Related posts: AP expands […]
    • “Hack North Korea” focuses Silicon Valley on information flow 4. August 2014
      A hackathon that aimed to find new ways to get information in, out and around North Korea took place over the weekend in San Francisco. The event, called “Hack North Korea,” was organized by New York-based charity Human Rights Foundation and brought together programmers, human rights campaigners and defectors. Several teams spent the weekend working on ideas […]
    • Who’s using North Korean airspace? 1. August 2014
      Last week I wrote about the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration’s regulations on U.S. carriers or aircraft using North Korean airspace. They prohibit flight in most of the skies controlled by Pyongyang but allow it — with caution — in a portion east of 132 degrees East latitude. The ban is in place because of North… Source: North Korea Tech Related posts: W […]
    • World risks becoming “numb” to North Korean missile tests, says US admiral 31. Juli 2014
      The top U.S. commander in the Pacific region says he’s worried that North Korea’s continued missile tests are helping establish them as something that’s normal. Speaking during a news conference at The Pentagon on Tuesday, Admiral Sam Locklear, commander of the U.S. Pacific Command, said he was concerned that the international community was becoming “numb” t […]

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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