By David Brunnstrom WASHINGTON (Reuters) – In spite of the apparent failure of another North Korean missile test at the weekend, the country’s aggressive testing schedule could see its Musudan…Read More
The world of the Internet in North Korea has always been opaque. The country maintains a handful of websites on the global Internet but doesn’t do a very good job of…
A little after midnight, early on the morning of July 15, as most of the Korean peninsula slept, were North Korean spies up late listening to the radio? This was…
A Facebook-like social network has appeared on a North Korean web server, apparently installed by the state-run Internet service provider.
Here’s an in depth look at the daily programming on Korean Central Television during the 7th Workers’ Party Congress.
I am working with the Korea Internet Transparency Reporting Project and Open Net Korea to file a lawsuit against the KCSC to overturn the blocking.
A BBC correspondent has been detained and expelled from North Korea for showing disrespect, “distorting facts and realities” and “speaking ill” of Kim Jong-un.
For the more than 100 foreign journalists in Pyongyang right now, Friday was apparently a frustrating day. They saw a factory, not the party congress.