I was recently interviewed by Radio Free Asia. We discussed about North Korean orphans in Central Europe who migrated after the Korean War (1950-1953). The document is available here.
One of my latest published books entitled A statistical analysis of the North Korean overseas laborers in Poland during the period 2000-2017: current status and prospects was recently reviewed by Larisa Zabrovskaia. The review is available in the journal ПРОБЛЕМЫ ДАЛЬНЕГО ВОСТОКА (Problems of the Far East). Complimentary information is available here.
I delivered a speech entitled Hate Speech: the case of North Korea at a seminar held at the Institut of Human Rights of Oswiecim (known also as the city of Auschwitz) on the 23 November 2019.
I delivered a speech entitled North Korean workers abroad – The case of North Korean women who worked in Poland between 2000 and 2018: an empirical study at the TPIC conference held at the Pukyong National University in Busan on the 7 November 2019.
I’m happy to inform you about a recent lecture I’ve given, which was related to the publication of my report: „A statistical analysis of the North Korean overseas laborers in Poland during the period 2000-2017: Current Status and Prospects”.
I have recently presented at an event in Seoul entitled “Analyzing the Possibility of Reform and its Impact on Human Rights in North Korea“. I gave some reflections on the Balcerowicz plan, aka the “Shock Therapy”, the Poland’s transition plan to the market economy after its political liberalization in 1989. The seminar took place on the 24 May at the prestigious Yonsei University.
I’m happy to inform you about the publication of my report: „A statistical analysis of the North Korean overseas laborers in Poland during the period 2000-2017: Current Status and Prospects”.
The aim of this text is to provide a review of North Korean studies made in Poland for the past 65 years. This text will review the main trends associated to North Korean studies. There are two generations of researchers in North Korean studies in Poland. As of now the youngest generation of Polish researchers is dealing with challenges.