Posts Tagged ‘Brian Gleason’

Back to the Tumen Triangle Documentation Project: Issue 2

By | February 14, 2014

Sino-NK presents issue two of the Tumen Triangle Documentation Project: Sourcing the Chinese-North Korean Border, with a preface by former British Chargé d’Affaires to the DPRK James Hoare. Edited by Christopher Green.

Yongusil 19: Gleason, Draudt, and Denney and “New World Disorder” at the Asan Institute

By | November 25, 2013

Yongusil 19 looks back to the first half of 2013 and Brian Gleason, Darcie Draudt and Steven Denneys’ appearance at the ASAN Plenum, rising star of the ROK’s think tank ecosystem.

Yongusil 17: One Dream, Three Nations: Adam Cathcart on “Double Defectors” at the 2013 Korea-UK Forum on the Peaceful Unification of Korea

By | November 17, 2013

Following ROK President Park Geun-hye’s succesful and unifying visit to London and Buckingham Palace, our Editor in Chief Adam Cathcart appears in London at the 2013 Korea-UK Forum on the Peaceful Unification of the Korean Peninsula.

Editor’s Note: Oxford-Seoul Nexus–Sino-NK at Engage Korea and Asan Plenum

By | June 12, 2013

Scholarship and debate are at the core of the Sino-NK enterprise. Sabine van Ameijden, the group’s Research Coordinator, brings out several abstracts given by our writers at recent conferences.

Press Conference as Discursive Battleground: Pyongyang’s Evolving “Double Defector” Propaganda

By | June 09, 2013

As the case of the “Laos Nine” reverberates, Brian Gleason examines the motivations and tactics behind Pyongyang’s recent move to place “redefectors” front and center in the public discourse within North Korea itself in the second installment of a two-part series.

Overwhelmed by Guilt: Pyongyang’s Evolving “Double Defector” Propaganda

By | May 25, 2013

Brian Gleason shows how instances of double defections are being slyly used by the North Korean regime for propagandistic effect.

Double Defectors: Signifiers of Pyongyang’s Strategic Shift

By | December 06, 2012

Are these people spies? Genuine defectors fooled into returning? Or defectors making a rational choice based on their experiences of discrimination in the Republic of Korea? Brian Gleason investigates.

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