Growth Prospects: Tom Morrison on the Potential for Progress in the DPRK’s Agricultural Sector

By | June 16, 2013

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

By | June 01, 2013

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

By | May 15, 2013

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.

Through the DPRK Information Membrane: Interview with Blaine Harden

By | May 10, 2013

In the second part of Sino-NK’s interview with Blaine Harden, the author of Escape from Camp 14 discusses the trials of life in defector society and its search for a defining leader, as well as borderlands journalism and the controversial AP bureau in Pyongyang.

Mobilizing Human Rights Infrastructure in 24 Languages: Interview with Blaine Harden

By | May 01, 2013

A young man named Shin Dong-hyuk stands at the forefront of a cultural shift that is changing the way the world perceives, and divides, North Korea the state and North Korea the people. In the first part of an outstanding new interview, Blaine Harden, the author of Shin’s story, speaks to Adam Cathcart about what it all means in part one of a three-part series.