Tag Archives: DPRK

Greater Tumen Region Rough Logistical Nets

This post is based on an informal talk I gave about a year or so ago for a professor at Georgetown, as well as some backseat research Yong and myself always are adding to. The notion of an economically and … Continue reading

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New Anti-Ship Missile Option for DPRK Frigates

This article was originally posted at NK News. Most of this is an update to our earlier examination of the new helicopter frigates’ capabilities. With the possible addition of a Kh-35 anti-ship missile to the arsenal, we felt a map update was … Continue reading

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Diligence in Imagery

So there is a lot of buzz about the DPRK possibly adding the Kh-35 cruise missile to its naval arsenal over the past couple weeks. The full ramifications of this new acquisition aside, the analysis that has so far come … Continue reading

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Corrections for “Looming Maritime Conflict in Korea Bay”

It looks like we overlooked some critical information when writing the article about potential DPRK-PRC conflict in Korea Bay. An associate of ours over at our partner research blog Sino-NK pointed out that HBOil had not, in fact, acquired the … Continue reading

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DPRK’s New Frigates: What are they good for?

A slight update has been posted here. It does not replace this original post and only adds on an additional anti-ship missile option. Just a short update this week. Recently Joe Bermudez wrote in an article for 38 North about … Continue reading

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Looming Maritime Conflict in Korea Bay

Important corrections have been posted here, new information was brought to our attention shortly after this article was posted, and the update, not this original article, should  be read for data and conclusions.  As DPRK-Mongolian oil ties develop, the potential … Continue reading

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A Crude Relationship

Mongolia and the DPRK are continuing to develop their economic relationship in a very crude way. Namely, in the trade of oil and refined petroleum products. In a previous post, we took a brief look at the petroleum-based power plant … Continue reading

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