Posts Tagged ‘refugees’
Adam Cathcart translates an article from the France-North Korea Friendship Association that sheds new light on the case of an American who has been held in the DPRK since November 3, 2012.
Google could do a great deal for how the DPRK manages its economic system, writes Roger Cavazos, but both sides will tread carefully around the hallucinations.
In March 2012, Chinese media appeared to conclusively break the dam when it comes to open acknowledgement of the problem of North Korean refugees in China. While there should be no doubt that the PRC has ceded not an inch of its fiercely-protected sovereignty on the issue as a consequence, the move indicated that the […]
Patterns of Absence in Sino-North Korean Mutual Media Coverage by Adam Cathcart In their essay “Tea Leaves and Turtle Shells,” a group of analysts associated with Johns Hopkins University described prospective guidelines for DPRK media analysis. How, though, do we approach North Korean media about China, and vice versa? Back in the old days (that […]
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 […]
by Adam Cathcart Apart from Escape from Camp 14, this spring’s “must-read” refugee memoir is by Eunsun Kim, 26, whose book,« Corée du Nord, 9 ans pour fuir l’enfer », a collaboration with Le Figaro‘s Sebastian Faletti, just came out in French. (The title translates as “North Korea: 9 Years to Escape from Hell / 逃离地狱–朝鲜9年.”) Unlike […]