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News about “North Korean Hackers” and IT Penetration in DPRK

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The last time we discussed the subject of North Korean hackers was when the U.S. Department of the Treasury imposed sanctions against the hacker Park Jin Hyok from DPRK and the North Korean company Chosun Expo Joint Venture, which he had worked for as a programmer, because of…

DPRK Is Still Being Persecuted For “Violating Human Rights”

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The ties between South and North Koreas are becoming closer and there are fewer tensions in the relationship between DPRK and the USA. That often makes us forget that, though it was rather the Democrats’ strategy to pick on North Korea for violating human rights, the pressure on…

Preparations for Second Summit between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump

The Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun, citing sources in the US administration, has reported that the next summit between the United States and DPRK was to take place as early as the middle of…

Who Is Responsible for the WannaCry Virus?

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On June 8 2018 the FBI put Park Jin Hyok, a North Korean citizen, on its Wanted list and issued an order for his arrest. He is accused of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and computer fraud. According to the investigators, Park studied at the Kim Chaek University of Technology in…

Is North Korea Fulfilling its Singapore Summit Commitments?

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Against the background of a number of high-profile statements by the Western press that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRKDahJTkfw is secretly developing a nuclear missile program, thereby violating the Singapore Declaration and deceiving the world community…

The Unproved Involvement of the DPRK in the Killing of Kim Jong-Nam is Now “the DPRK’s Use of Chemical Weapons”

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On March 5, 2018 a sensational headline appeared in several Western newspapers: North Korea has used chemical weapons against its own citizens! Having reached that conclusion, the USA imposed new…

Is Kim Jong-un Preparing for War on the Korean Peninsula?

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The end of 2017 and the beginning of 2018 brought a whole set of news in the media, the essence of which could be reduced to the phrase ‘the DPRK is preparing for war’. First of all, this statement was made by the representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Democratic…

USA-DPRK: “Strategic Patience” and an Abrupt Stop in the Negotiation Process

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Despite the fact that all of 2008 trends were generally positive, it was not possible to completely liquidate the nuclear issue by the end of the Bush presidency. “The devil is in the details,” and the process could not be worked out in time, at the very least…

Korea: At the Red Line

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About a week has passed since the verbal skirmish between Trump and Kim Jong-un, and experts, including the author, have frozen in anticipation of what the next steps will be like, seeing that the statements made by Donald Trump about the DPRK…

How Hot will the Year 2017 be? A War of Words, or the Countdown has Begun?

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Quite recently, we discussed the North Korean response to the UN sanctions resolution, noting that from the North Korean side, the raising of the rates was minimal. However, this was only sufficient until a new round of retaliatory…

On the Release of Pastor Lim Hyun-Soo

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On August 9, 2017 DPRK authorities released Canadian pastor, Hyeon Soo Lim, who had been sentenced to life imprisonment on charges of conducting subversive activities. As reported by the Korean Central News Agency, the Supreme Court of…

On the New United Nations SC Sanctions Against North Korea

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On August 5, 2017 The United Nations Security Council has unanimously adopted resolution 2371 entailing the toughening of the sanctions against North Korea, in response to the launch of the Hwasong-14 Missile on July 4 and 28…


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