It appears that the Ri sisters are not doing it for themselves, at least not in this new SinoNK blog post.
Short interviews with North Korean citizens indicate that, for the DPRK, the spreading discussion of nuclear war on the Korean peninsula is a double-edged sword.
In the first of SinoNK’s shorter blog postings, we report on People’s Unit lectures inside the DPRK and reasons to save optimism for another day.
The capricious act of a dictator addicted to hoops, piercing the ethos of foggy secrecy in Pyongyang, or just a calculated push forward for North Korean sports propaganda? Christopher Green investigates.
What is the DPRK trying to achieve by signalling it wants to participate in the presidential inauguration in Seoul? Analysis by Steven Denney and Christopher Green, and quotes from Scott Snyder.