The Cultural Revolution in Pyongyang and Yanbian: Interview with Zhang Liangui
In an interview with Consensus Online, a leading Chinese voice on North Korea, Zhang Liangui, describes his youthful experiences in Pyongyang in the 1960s, the Cultural Revolution, and why he cannot go back. Emile Dirks translates.
History and Revolution: An Interview with Dr. Suzy Kim
Steven Denney speaks with Dr. Suzy Kim (Rutgers University) about the DPRK’s tangled origins, the impact of Bruce Cumings, and her new book: Everyday Life in the North Korean Revolution, 1945-1950.
Outward Migration Flows in the Event of Regime Collapse: an Interview with Dr. Go Myong-hyun
In the event of regime collapse in North Korea, where would North Korean refugees go? How many would there be? Following the “North Korea Conference” at the Asan Institute for Policy Studies, Darcie Draudt caught up with Asan Institute research fellow Dr. Go Myong-hyun for answers to these questions and more.
A Primer on North Korea’s Economy: An Interview with Andrei Lankov
In the modern era of North Korean marketization, the scope and substance of the North Korean economy are hard to establish. Nevertheless, in this new interview with Peter Ward, Professor Andrei Lankov of Kookmin University does his best to describe the current state of affairs.
Transnationalizing Northeast Asia, One Tree at a Time: Interview with Dr. Park DongKyun
How are South Korea-lead civil society networks addressing “global problems” that manifest or originate from Northeast Asia? As part of a summer research effort, Christopher Green sat down with Dr. Park DongKyun, a forestry expert, to find out. The interview is a product of their conversation.
Growth Prospects and the Potential for Progress in the DPRK’s Agricultural Sector: Infrastructure and Incentives
Matthew Bates completes his discussion with agronomist Tom Morrison on the prospects of food self-sufficiency in North Korea. In the final installment of a three part series, Morrison finishes his discussion of agricultural reforms and delves into a dialogue about the geography of rice and potato production.
Growth Prospects: Tom Morrison on the Potential for Progress in the DPRK’s Agricultural Sector
Matthew Bates continues his discussion with agronomist Tom Morrison on the prospects of food self-sufficiency in North Korea. In part two of a three part series, Morrison discusses the effectiveness of previous aid and reform efforts and the prospects of further agricultural reform.
Prospects for Food Self-Sufficiency in the DPRK: Interview with Tom Morrison
Tom Morrison, an agronomist with extensive experience in the DPRK, speaks with Sino-NK’s Economics and Trade Analyst Matthew Bates about North Korea’s agricultural capacity and prospects for self-sufficiency in part one of a three-part interview.
In Need of an Icon: Interview with Blaine Harden
In the third and last part of a Sino-NK exclusive interview, Blain Harden, author of Escape from Camp 14, discusses with Adam Cathcart the potential impact of the Chinese-language publication and his experience writing the book.