Posts Tagged ‘John Delury’

All Eyes on North Korea: Excavating Twitter Responses to North Korea

By | August 08, 2013

In the new age of academia, 140-characters can drive discourse, argues Mycal Ford in a piece about the scholarly dialogue on North Korea taking place on Twitter. In this essay, Ford mines the Twitter feeds of five high profile North Korea-watchers.

The Significance of the Unusual: Removing “Reformist” Illusions in Reading North Korean Media

By | June 29, 2013

Shirley Lee arrives with a unique reading of Kim Jong-un and Pak Pong-ju’s visits to non-military sites in the DPRK, warning that they have very little to do with ostensible reforms.

A Progressive Perspective: Moon Chung-in on North Korea

By | April 26, 2012

Manager of International Affairs for the DailyNK, blogger and occasional contributor to SinoNK, Chris Green, authored a short piece about being a progressive in South Korea a while back. His conclusion is that while many claim to be “progressive,” the list of bona fides remains small. Among those who claim, or are considered to be, progressive in South Korea, Yonsei University […]

Options Abound: Weekly Digest

By | March 31, 2012

 The big news around Seoul this week was the arrival of Barack Obama for the Seoul Nuclear Security Summit, his visit to the DMZ (predicted several weeks ago on One Free Korea) and the flurry of stories related to North Korea’s planned rocket launch.  Given reports of US intentions to “overhaul its approach towards North […]

Nothing Flying But a Satellite: Weekly Digest

By | March 23, 2012

No sooner had the “first step” been taken towards substantive nuclear talks (and implicitly towards re-starting the stalled Six Party Talks), than North Korea seems to have lost its footing and slipped up, putting in jeopardy the February 29th “Leap Day” agreement, including 240,000 metric tons of aid, by announcing its intention to launch a […]

Weekly Digest

By | March 17, 2012

This week’s Weekly Digest devotes a significant amount of space to the concept of social transformation and debates found throughout the interwebs on whether or not social change, revolution or some combination of the two are likely approaching in North Korea.  Commentary on economic change and articles that relate to the concept of trust building […]

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