Subscribe

Tag

North Korea

Page 2 of 100
What Will North Korean Cybercrime Look Like in 2022?
December 22, 2021

What Will North Korean Cybercrime Look Like in 2022?

By Jason Bartlett
The COVID-19 pandemic has contributed to increased online spending which Pyongyang and other illicit actors will likely continue to exploit.
Is South Korean Culture a Threat to North Korea?
December 18, 2021

Is South Korean Culture a Threat to North Korea?

By Seohee Kwak
The North Korean regime’s repression of South Korean culture reflects a logic that equates foreign culture with a threat to the regime’s stability. 

Class Struggle, the Biggest Challenge to North Korea’s Economic Development
December 11, 2021

Class Struggle, the Biggest Challenge to North Korea’s Economic Development

By Chan Young Bang
Both domestically and internationally, class struggle prevents North Korea from integrating into the world economy. 

Moving North Korean Women’s Rights Issues Center Stage on Human Rights Day
December 10, 2021

Moving North Korean Women’s Rights Issues Center Stage on Human Rights Day

By Rosa Park-Tokola
There are barriers to the participation of young North Korean women in the human rights movement.

North Korea Plans to Dig Deep Into Renewable Energy Alternatives 
December 07, 2021

North Korea Plans to Dig Deep Into Renewable Energy Alternatives 

By Jason Bartlett
The success of North Korean renewable energy projects will depend on the willingness of key allies, such as China, to facilitate.
How to Deliver Relief to North Koreans Without Lifting Sanctions
November 20, 2021

How to Deliver Relief to North Koreans Without Lifting Sanctions

By Aaron Arnold
To address the grim humanitarian situation in North Korea, countries should get smart about implementing sanctions, not lift them.

Agent Chrysanthemum: North Korean Spy Indicted for Coercing Defectors to Return ‘Home’
November 12, 2021

Agent Chrysanthemum: North Korean Spy Indicted for Coercing Defectors to Return ‘Home’

By Jason Bartlett
Coercing, and even abducting, defectors is a common tactic for authoritarian regimes to discourage defection.
Seoul Rejects Refugee Claims by Chinese North Korean Defectors
November 11, 2021

Seoul Rejects Refugee Claims by Chinese North Korean Defectors

By Hyung-jin Kim
Some experts say 3,000-5,000 ethnic Chinese live in North Korea and are the only foreigners with permanent residency rights.

China’s New Land Borders Law Is a Nightmare for North Korean Refugees
October 29, 2021

China’s New Land Borders Law Is a Nightmare for North Korean Refugees

By Jason Bartlett
Although the main focus of China’s new land law relates to territorial disputes with neighboring countries like India, it also contains specific language applicable to the influx of outside populations.

New Rule From US Commerce May Help Limit Spread of North Korean Cybercrime
October 21, 2021

New Rule From US Commerce May Help Limit Spread of North Korean Cybercrime

By Jason Bartlett
How does a new rule barring the export and resale of cyber “intrusion software” to China and Russia without the proper license mitigate the North Korean cyber threat?

The Inter-Korean Missile Race Picks Up the Pace
October 15, 2021

The Inter-Korean Missile Race Picks Up the Pace

By Ankit Panda
Both North and South Korea demonstrated a wide range of new missile capabilities in September 2021. What’s driving their arms race?
Engaging North Korea Via Subnational Diplomacy
October 08, 2021

Engaging North Korea Via Subnational Diplomacy

By Matt Abbott
Subnational diplomacy offers an established, yet underutilized, opportunity for American officials to creatively engage Pyongyang.

Page 2 of 100