Author Archives: nkfoodadmin

Taking an extended break

Dear readers, Thank you for your long patience during the month of August – the editor both spent the time moving and pursuing new careers. However, it is with a heavy heart that we will be taking a more extended break to pursue … Continue reading

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Taking a short break

Dear readers, Thank you for all your support and patronage this year. We are working hard to bring you quality analysis of developments in North Korea and will continue to strive to be a leading voice in this field. We … Continue reading

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Slow and Steady Wins the Race: pulse of the current DPRK-Russia relationship by Gerard Clare

The relationship between Moscow and Pyongyang underpinned the development of North Korea’s economic and political doctrine during the Cold War – but since the breakup of the Soviet Union, these diplomatic and economic ties have weakened. Nonetheless, Gerard Clare argues, … Continue reading

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Reintroducing the Blog

Dear Readers, You may have notices that the blog was a bit quiet this February and March. We have been working on new research and new directions, and are excited to resume posting articles and materials regularly. But first, we … Continue reading

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Happy New Year from the DPRK Food Policy Blog team

Dear Readers, Thank you for your visits in 2013, we enjoyed writing for an audience of 4700 from 108 countries. This was a big year for both our editors whose works were highlighted on NK News (see them here and … Continue reading

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