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Turchynov: The New York Times article seeks to disguise Russia’s possible participation in North Korean missile programs


This has been precisely my contention since the beginning.  Russia is seeking to disguise their illegal rocket engine sales to North Korea by trying to blame Ukraine.  The world is watching and, except for a few Russian propaganda pieces, everybody sees that Russia is sweeping their dirt under the rug.   We have repeatedly proven,… Continue reading Turchynov: The New York Times article seeks to disguise Russia’s possible participation in North Korean missile programs

Information operations · Information Warfare · North Korea

Fighting North Korea with balloons, TV shows and leaflets


By: TIM SULLIVAN, Associated Press  August 22, 2017 SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Some send up plastic leaflets that weigh less than a feather and flutter down from the clouds with calls for democracy or blurry cartoons ridiculing North Korea’s ruler. Some send flash drives loaded with South Korean soap operas, or mini-documentaries about the… Continue reading Fighting North Korea with balloons, TV shows and leaflets

CounterPropaganda · Information operations · Information Warfare · North Korea · Propaganda

North Korea’s bold wave of propaganda art – in pictures


The searing propaganda is aimed to embolden the country and urge its people to resist US imperialism – with an arsenal of missiles eyed as the ultimate threat Arnel Hecimovic Sunday 20 August 2017 16.11 EDTLast modified on Sunday 20 August 2017 16.13 EDT A propaganda poster with loaded imagery reads, ‘Our answer!’ A North Korean propaganda poster declares, ‘Kick… Continue reading North Korea’s bold wave of propaganda art – in pictures

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DPRK ICBM Engines – Update 3


Anonymous expert compilation, analysis, and reporting. </end editorial> The debate is beginning to dissipate in the global MSM, the only persistent US traffic being the syndicated reissues of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette attempting to amplify the NYT’s false claims. Poroshenko’s statement below, endorsed by the US Embassy in Kyiv. UATV post a 13 minute interview with Joshua… Continue reading DPRK ICBM Engines – Update 3

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North Korea Targets U.S. Capitol In Latest Propaganda Posters


BY SOFIA LOTTO PERSIO ON 8/18/17 AT 1:24 PM North Korea released a new series of propaganda posters showing its missiles attacking the U.S. as part of an ongoing effort to rally its people against the new round of U.N.-approved sanctions. The six designs published in the state-controlled North Korean media on Thursday included references to the… Continue reading North Korea Targets U.S. Capitol In Latest Propaganda Posters

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More Evidence That Russia Supplied DPRK Rocket Engines And/Or Data


The ongoing saga of the North Korean ICBM rocket engines. I quizzed a colleague who is well read in the arms control area, as Yuzhnoe’s comments were diametrically opposed to Elleman’s comments. Why? I summarize his off-the-record comments here. Again, Yuzhnoye is the Ukrainian rocket engine designer. Yuzhnoye made an interesting comment, that the DPRK engine is… Continue reading More Evidence That Russia Supplied DPRK Rocket Engines And/Or Data

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Online Event: #CatoConnects: A Peek into North Korea


Cato Connects August 15, 2017 1:00 PM to 1:30 PM EDT Live online at cato.org/live Featuring Doug Bandow (@Doug_Bandow) senior fellow at the Cato Institute; moderated by Caleb O. Brown(@cobrown), director of multimedia, Cato Institute. North Korea remains a vexing, high-stakes puzzle. With so little known about the “hermit kingdom” leadership, how should the United States respond to North Korea’s growing… Continue reading Online Event: #CatoConnects: A Peek into North Korea