This collection includes a wide array of North Korea-related materials produced by our Fellows, such as journal articles, books, interviews, and op-eds.

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Article: Authoritarian Audiences: Theory and Evidence for Subnational Propaganda Targeting in North Korea

Heather-Leigh Ba, Sheena Chestnut Greitens, and Yu Bin Kim elaborate North Korea's subnational strategic propaganda use for political survival.


Opinion: How to Avoid a Bad Take on a Hard Target-Analyzing North Korea the Right Way

Three experts propose methods to analyze North Korean propaganda more effectively.


Article: To Purge or Not to Purge? An Individual-Level Quantitative Analysis of Elite Purges in Dictatorships

Edward Goldring and Austin Matthews explain how dictators carefully manage their elites and use violence strategically to survive.


Article: A brief encounter: North Korea in the Eurocurrency market, 1973-80

Seung Woo Kim explores North Korea's engagement in the City of London in the 1970s.



Article: Strategies of Political Control under Kim Jong Un

What is Kim Jong Un's strategy for political control? Peter Ward and Benjamin Silberstein use two case studies to find out


Article: How Autocracies Disrupt Unsanctioned Information Flows

Steven Denney and Peter Ward explore the determinants of unsanctioned information flows in North Korea