Bridges, Anti-Corruption, and Minerals: Sino-North Korean Borderland News
Chinese Communist Party cadre in the border region with North Korea have got a lot on their plates: discipline and development. Plus a look at trade in Dandong.
Challenges and Prospects for Korean Language Education in Russia
Challenges abound, but hope springs eternal for the state of Korean language education in Russia.
Ethnic Korean Civil Society in Post-Soviet Space: No Arms to Ukraine
Civil society representing ethnic Koreans in Central Asia and Russia issue joint statement opposing ROK weapons sales to Ukraine.
Three Realisms: China, Japan and South Korea’s Differing Approaches to Ukraine
Northeast Asian countries approach the war in Ukraine from three different realist perspectives. This could also shape how they approach a crisis in Taiwan.
Faded Sunshine From Kyiv to Korea
Post-Cold War engagement has failed, the ROK must join the fight for liberal democracy, says ROK civil society figure.
North Korean Missile Tests and Northeast Asia’s Evolving Security Architecture
Sino-NK pits North Korea’s missile bonanza against US-South Korean drills and a more muscular Japan.
Logistical Realities Behind North Korean Weapons Shipments to Russia
Ukrainian military analyst: logistical realities undermine efficacy of North Korean arms deliveries to Russia.
South Korea’s Multi-Ministry Support for Ukraine a Year After Bucha
Two-in-one special: South Korea’s diplomatic and transportation ministries step up one year after the Bucha massacre to pledge aid to Ukraine.
Pyongyang Source Tells Kremlin-Affiliated Journalist KPA Ready To Deploy To Ukraine
Kremlin-affiliated journalist: the DPRK has troops at its disposal to send to Ukraine, but needs China’s blessing to do so.