Posts Tagged ‘Rodong Sinmun’

Tongsin | 통신 no. 03

By | March 14, 2014

The latest Tongsin | 통신 for February 2014 examines the North Korean narrative surrounding the US-ROK war games, which positions the North as a cooperative actor seeking engagement and stability in the face of destructive “confrontation rackets” in the South.

Tongsin | 통신 no. 02

By | February 10, 2014

Tongsin | 통신 offers source data on Rodong Sinmun and the KCNA’s narratives regarding China. The latest Tongsin | 통신 examines the position of China in the DPRK-ROK dispute over impending military exercises and possible reunification.

Introducing Tongsin | 통신

By | January 24, 2014

Introducing Tongsin | 통신: data and analysis of the North Korean state media reports on the subject of China. This debut issue examines the North Korean emphasis on an independent and growing DPRK economy in the months preceding the Jang Song-taek purge.

Gold, Ideology, and Self-Criticism in Chinese Coverage of the Jang Purge

By | January 01, 2014

Coverage of the fallout from the purge of Jang Sung-taek has been both abundant and fascinating, and this is particularly true for Chinese readers. Sino-NK newcomer Emile Dirks makes sure that the rest of the world doesn’t miss out on the energetic media expression of Beijing’s alarm at unusual North Korean conduct.

Parsing Those Thriced-Cursed Acts of Treachery

By | December 15, 2013

By throwing so much mud at Jang Sung-taek in a blatant effort to justify its pre-ordained wish to execute him, the DPRK government made it harder to establish the value of the judgment itself. Adam Cathcart gave some passages the once-over in this piece, which was published by The Atlantic on Friday.

Sino-NK 2013 Rewind: The Byungjin Line and North Korea in an Era of Songun Politics

By | December 13, 2013

Extensively analyzed on Sino-NK in 2013, for the second of a pair of Sino-NK 2013 Rewind pieces, Peter Ward returns to Byungjin’s source with an investigation of its ur-text, April’s “Nuke and Peace.”

Yongusil 8: NK-News.net and the “STatistical Analyzer of Language IN north korean propaganda”

By | September 26, 2013

Yongusil 8 reminds the researcher, reader and analyzer of a once popular now forlorn, yet still useful research tool for mining the KCNA archives

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