Intelligence and Captured Documents

Yongusil 31: Kraus, Cumings, Kim, and Cathcart on North Korean Captured Documents

By | April 21, 2014

Study and scholarship focused on North Korea necessarily moves through a historical hinterland. A key panel at this years’ Association of Asian Studies Conference examined the buried, semi-hidden narratives revealed in Record Group 242, the Captured Documents Collection at the US National Archives.

“Internal Spies Spy on other Internal Spies:” Ken Gause on Totalitarian Control in the DPRK

By | August 19, 2012

Nick Miller, SinoNK analyst interning at the Korean Economic Institute, breaks down a presentation by Ken Gause. Includes link to the full text of the epic working paper.