I was recently asked by “Wirtschafts Woche” the leading German weekly business news magazine published in Germany, to perform a research regarding some NK workers based close to Warsaw. The results of our investigation are presented over there.
I’m pleased to announce the publication of my 5th book entitled “Korea Północna: zarys ewolucji systemu politycznego” (North Korea: an analysis of the evolution of the political system) devoted to the North Korean leadership. This monograph is also analyzing last changes which took place within North Korean political institutions.
Since a long time, we can’t remark the presence of O Kuk-ryol to official DPRK events. O Kuk-ryol
Born in 1939 in Jilin province, O Kuk-ryol was educated at the prestigious Mangyongdae Revolutionary School in Pyongyang and later enrolled in Kim Il Sung University.
The paper discusses the impact and implications of the ASEAN (Association of South Eastern Asian Nations) in a potential Korean unification. A potential unification of Korea as well as a single transformation process in North Korea are associated to the question of economic integration in Northeast Asia The issue of the Korean unification has inter-Korean, and international dimensions.
Following the defeat of Japanese imperialism (1910-1945), North Korea was established on the 9th September 1948. Starting from this date North Korea struggled to build a model socialist state under the guidance of the Korean Workers’ Party, a communist party which was organized according to the Soviet model of organization.
Après avoir résidé 17 ans en Pologne, Kim Pyong-il, l’oncle de Kim Jong-eun a été nommé ambassadeur en République Tchèque.
According to the Korean Times, “The half-brother of late North Korean leader Kim Jong-il was recently appointed Pyongyang’s top envoy to the Czech Republic after serving 17 years as ambassador to Poland, a South Korean government official said Wednesday.
Kim Jong-eun recently disappeared from the political scene for a few weeks. Continue reading “Kim Yo-Jong Taken Over For Kim Jong-eun? Expect no changes in North Korea”