Category Archives: Russia on Korea

Historical and Cultural Perspectives on Korea are Necessary.

Although from the same culture, the two Koreas are now very different. In February of this year, North Korea celebrated the sixty-ninth birthday of Dear (not really) Leader Kim Jong-il. Following the official announcement at noon on December 19th of … Continue reading

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New Article about Korea

This article, published today at PJ Media, deals with a September report by the Russian Institute of World Economy and International Relations. The institute apparently foresees the collapse of North Korea and the eventual reunification of Korea under the South … Continue reading

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