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North Korea certainly deserves its title of the Hermit Kingdom of East Asia. Even today, for many that country remains a riddle wrapped up in an enigma. Does North Korea really have no COVID-19 cases? Has Kim Jong-un really executed people with a flamethrower? Is everyone there forced to get a Kim Jong-un haircut? As a North Korea watcher, in this podcast I do my best to provide short but detailed responses to these and other most common questions about this country. The podcast is powered b ...
 
The best DPRK, North Korea, Hermit Kingdom, can of Super Awesome, podcast in the world. Join our three heroes as they add what this whole topic has been missing for years... some humor, flavored with actual research, about your next vacation to the land of the Kim's. That is, unless Trump and Un decide to wreck all the fun with a few nuclear button pushes.
 
North Korean leader Kim Jong-il died at 8:30am on December 17. He was 69 years old. In late 2010, he anointed his youngest son Kim Jong-un as his successor. This course examines the leadership of Kim Jong-un in the Democratic Republic of Korea and its implications for reunification on the Korean peninsula, U.S. relations with South Korea, and the prospects for renewed talks with North Korea. Find more information about the CSIS Korea Chair at https://csis.org/program/korea-chair.
 
'My Mate Went on Holiday to North Korea' tells the story of exactly what its like to visit the so-called Hermit Kingdom - everything from booking your trip in the first place, through getting on the train in Beijing, to creaking across the boarder, an Alcatraz-like hotel and seeing the embalmed corpses of Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il - as seen through the eyes of Luke Pearce, who travelled there on vacation in 2016. The interviewer is @Dave___Smith
 
In Intelligence Matters, former acting Director of the CIA Michael Morell, speaks with top leaders of the U.S. intelligence community as they reflect on their life, career and the critical roles they play in shaping national security policies. As a central figure in the most significant U.S. counter-terror efforts of the past two decades and a former CIA intelligence analyst, Morell is uniquely skilled at taking industry leading knowledge to make connections that provide deep insight into co ...
 
Korea's biggest headline news of the day, written by staff reporters of the Korea JoongAng Daily and delivered in under five minutes every day. The K-News Bulletin is the daily podcast of the Korea JoongAng Daily, which is published in association with the New York Times. To read more of our articles, visit: koreajoongangdaily.com
 
Scott Radley is a seasoned journalist, who has written a column for over 15 years in Hamilton. He will ask questions that you want answers to. He will bring an inquisitive mind and a unique perspective to daily news that will push the boundaries in order to make people think and to challenge the norm.
 
North Korea is the Impossible State. Each week join the people who know the most about North Korea—The Center for Strategic and International Studies’ Victor Cha, Mike Green, and Sue Mi Terry—for an insider's discussion with host H. Andrew Schwartz about the United States’ top national security priority. Email your questions to ImpossibleState@csis.org.
 
The Institute of World Politics is a graduate school of national security and international affairs, dedicated to developing leaders with a sound understanding of international realities and the ethical conduct of statecraft, based on knowledge and appreciation of the principles of the American political economy and the Western moral tradition. **Please note that the views expressed by our guest lecturers do not necessarily reflect the views of The Institute of World Politics.**
 
given at the Zen Buddhist Temples of the Buddhist Society for Compassionate Wisdom (BSCW). The BSCW is a North American Buddhist order founded by Ven. Samu Sunim, a Korean Zen master. The Society's Dharma work promotes the non-dual gate of awakening in everyday life. For more information, visit www.ZenBuddhistTemple.org.
 
What is real wealth? What value is associated with the choices at our disposal? Are you getting the most out of the choices before you? Join Richie as we discuss how the choices we have is a sign of our freedom and success in all walks of life including business, relationships, spirituality, personal growth and health. What will you choose today?
 
Buyers Meeting Point is an online knowledge and professional development resource for purchasing and supply chain professionals. BMP Editor Kelly Barner has worked in the field as a practitioner, a consultant at a solution provider, and as a blogger. She has also co-authored two books on procurement 'Supply Market Intelligence for Procurement Professionals: Research, Process, and Resources' and 'Procurement at a Crossroads: Career Impacting Insights into a Rapidly Changing Industry'.
 
You, Me, Us is a podcast dedicated to talking with friends and people I know. The idea is to get interesting people to talk about something interesting for 15-20 minutes. Bear with me here, awesomeness is around the corner. J.A. Yang, you can find me at www.jonyang.org.
 
Fasten your seatbelts! This is a military podcast and news talk radio show hosted by Veterans. If it goes fast, is highly explosive or dangerous, we talk about it on our show. We cover all branches of the US Armed Forces including Special Forces and top news stories from around the world. Step up and subscribe now!
 
The Wander w/Andrew Wilcox is conversations with the curious. Talking with explorers and outsiders about how their ideas, experiences and adventures could help us navigate our own wild life. It’s a podcast for anyone with a wandering mind, a hunter’s heart and a builder’s hands. Host Andrew Wilcox has worked in broadcasting for over 15 years. He is a passionate storyteller, music nerd and vintage motorcycle fan. Andrew grew up on a farm in Camrose County, Alberta where all the best conversat ...
 
For over a hundred and sixty years, Chinese had traveled across the ocean to help open up the west coast of the United States and Canada. Chinese immigrants looking for a better life in North America had to pay the price of countless heartbreaks and humiliation; of having their dreams of gold shattered, their lives sacrificed on the railroad. Scattered like seeds on foreign soil, they had to struggle hard to take root, braving hostility, discrimination, and inequality. Having shed blood, swe ...
 
Joseph Braude's weekly podcast "Eye on Arabia" presents news and analysis of Arabic and Islamic issues from the perspective of a well-traveled American author with Iraqi roots. Coverage spans Arab North Africa and the Middle East, Iran, Israel, and Turkey -- not just politics and foreign policy but also cultural trends, music, and folklore. For more information, follow @josephbraude or visit www.josephbraude.com.
 
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In this episode of Intelligence Matters, host Michael Morell speaks with Syd Seiler, National Intelligence Officer for North Korea at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Seiler and Morell discuss the political priorities, preferences and fears of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, and evaluate the prospects for diplomatic engagement …
 
In this week’s episode, Ian Bennett joins the podcast to discuss the work of Choson Exchange. As program director, he runs entrepreneurship workshops in the Pyongyang and Pyongsong regions and in an online format. We discuss the history and criticisms of Choson Exchange, as well as how Ian got involved and how things are running […]…
 
In this episode, Dr. Victor Cha is joined by Dr. Sue Mi Terry of CSIS and special guest Mr. Scott Snyder of the Council on Foreign Relations to give their assessments of the recently concluded Biden-Moon summit, and where they see U.S.-ROK relations moving forward, including on Covid-19, vaccines, supply chains, North Korea policy, China and Japan.…
 
Today's edition of Ben's Story of the Day features: 1) If you were to buy a lottery ticket, you generally want it to be in the drawing you want. This lady didn't have that experience as she entered 3 minutes late which put her into the next drawing. It might not be the lottery she wanted but it sure was the outcome she was hoping for, winning a coo…
 
Albert and David discuss North Korea's ban on denim and mullets and how it relates to denim behind the Iron Curtain in the Cold War as well as the reclaimed styles of French imperialism, long socks, and a breakdown of irregular denim. If you like this episode, be sure to join Heddels+ for discounts, giveaways, and more episodes. Also, here's our ol…
 
Local exchanges are slashing the number of cryptocurrencies they offer. The country’s largest exchange by trading volume, Upbit, announced Friday that 25 coins were put on its investment warning list, a first step before delisting the coins from the exchange. Smaller exchanges such as Probit announced the delisting of hundreds of coins recently. Th…
 
This week's edition of The Brightest Conversation in Hamilton features Neil Lumsden who joins Scott to talk about the reopening of restaurant patios and loosened restrictions in Ontario, taking another look at our history through the lens of today's standards, bringing back things from our youth and more. Guest: Neil Lumsden, Vanier Cup Champion, G…
 
The heads of four Korean business groups met Thursday to form a committee dedicated to investment and business opportunities in hydrogen. Hyundai Motor Group Chairman Euisun Chung, SK Group Chairman Chey Tae-won, Posco Group Chairman Choi Jeong-woo and Hyosung Group Chairman Cho Hyun-joon met Thursday at Hyundai Motor’s R&D center in Namyang, Gyeon…
 
North Korea will not be part of the Tokyo Olympics, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) confirmed Tuesday, the first time it will skip the Summer Games in 33 years. North Korea's berths for the Tokyo Olympics from July 23 to Aug. 8 were reallocated to other athletes, said the IOC. The announcement dashed any hope of the upcoming games being u…
 
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken pledged Monday to work with both Seoul and Pyongyang to help arrange reunions of Korean-Americans who were separated from family members during the 1950-53 Korean War. "This is just heart wrenching, knowing that people have been not only separated, but don't even know the fate of their loved ones," Blinken sai…
 
In today's daily round-up of export, trade and commodity finance news, TXF's Max Thompson covers the latest stories and trends across the market: The EBRD and trade credit insurer Euler Hermes have signed a master risk participation agreement to boost cooperation through the bank’s Unfunded Risk Participation programme to support investments in gre…
 
In this week’s episode, Ian Bennett joins the podcast to discuss the work of Choson Exchange. As program director, he runs entrepreneurship workshops in the Pyongyang and Pyongsong regions and in an online format. We discuss the history and criticisms of Choson Exchange, as well as how Ian got involved and how things are running […]…
 
Do you know where your cotton came from? Probably not as the world of cotton buyers and sellers is about as murky as it gets. Blake Ulves, a clothing production vet who's made knits for the biggest retailers on the market talks to us about his new t-shirt project Sewn West, which represents his uncompromising idea of what a tee (and cotton) can be.…
 
This event is sponsored by the Asia Initiative Lecture Series at The Institute of World Politics.About the lecture: Based on an excerpt from his recently published book, Japanese Foreign Intelligence and Grand Strategy (Georgetown University Press), Dr. Williams will discuss Japan’s intelligence cooperation with the United States during the Cold Wa…
 
President Moon Jae-in vowed to rid the military of its “backward culture” in an address at the Memorial Day ceremony at Seoul National Cemetery on Sunday, in light of the recent death of an Air Force officer who reportedly took her own life following a sexual harassment claim against a fellow service member. “Today we remember veterans, independenc…
 
Access the full episode by joining Heddels+: https://www.heddels.com/join-heddels-plus/ You can own pants, but can you own all pants? Albert apparently does as he was recently gifted an NFT of the entire concept of pants as a whole. Listen to our uneducated discussions of NFTs, and our slightly more educated discussions of Converse potentially ripp…
 
Today's edition of Ben's Story of the Day features: 1) School's aren't often fully evacuated unless under the most dire of situations like say, a bobcat in the school. Whoever called in this bobcat sighting needs their eyes checked because when the school was finally cleared, it was found to be nothing more than a house cat. 2) Semi-trucks and the …
 
A parole hearing is coming up for Paul Bernardo but everyone is asking, is there really a chance at him being released from his life sentence? Guest: Tim Danson, Lawyer representing the French and Mahaffy families - The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed many weaknesses in our education system. This is something that Dr. Paul Bennett has helped distill…
 
Korean companies shrunk an average of 3.2 percent last year, according to a report released by the Bank of Korea Thursday, because of the coronavirus epidemic. The proportion of companies unable to cover interest payments on debt hit a record high. The central bank analyzed audits filed by the country’s 25,871 non-financial companies and released a…
 
A long meeting was held at Hamilton City Hall between Councillors and the head of Metrolinx about the proposed LRT system. Was anything accomplished? Guest: Chad Collins, Ward 5 Councillor, City of Hamilton - The Prime Minister said that Quebec can call itself a nation unto itself with the ability to make unilateral changes to the Canadian Constitu…
 
President Moon Jae-in on Wednesday showed his most receptive attitude so far to business leaders’ pleas to pardon jailed Samsung head Lee Jae-yong. Moon invited the leaders of the country’s top four business groups to a luncheon at the Blue House to thanks them for announcements of massive investments in the United States just before his summit wit…
 
About the book, "Ethics, Law, and Natural Hazards: The Moral Imperative for Intervention Post-Natural Hazard":This book argues that the international community has a moral duty to intervene on behalf of a population affected by a natural hazard when their government is either unable or unwilling to provide basic, life-saving assistance.The work dra…
 
In today's daily round-up of export, trade and commodity finance news, TXF's Max Thompson covers the latest stories and trends across the market: Dutch development bank FMO has vowed to phase out fossil fuels in direct investments from its portfolio Glencore has announced that one of its affiliates and Novatek Gas & Power Asia have signed a Heads o…
 
In this episode of Intelligence Matters, host Michael Morell speaks with CNN Chief International Correspondent Clarissa Ward, who shares anecdotes and personal reflections related to her memoir, "On All Fronts: The Education of a Journalist." Ward explains how the attacks on September 11, 2001, prompted her to pursue a career in broadcast journalis…
 
Today's edition of Ben's Story of the Day features: 1) Dead bodies decompose & get extremely smelly over time, that's a fact. A court inquest uncovered that someone, who was knowingly living with a dead body, decided to fight that stench with the help of 70 bottles of air freshener. At what point does someone decide that they've got to get rid of s…
 
Metrolinx's president and CEO will be joining Hamilton City Council to help answer questions the Councillors will have about the proposed LRT system. What can we expect to see and what remains unknown about the LRT? Guest: Larry Di Ianni, Host & Community Producer, Cable 14 & Former Hamilton Mayor - Scott revisits an interview he did with Dr. Henry…
 
Korea's exports soared 45.6 percent in May, the sharpest growth since 1988 thanks to a rebound in mainstay export items including semiconductors, cars and petrochemical products. Outbound shipments from the country totaled $50.7 billion last month, a record for the month of May, according to the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy on Tuesday. Th…
 
About the lecture: As head of three Asian countries’ flagship firms, Mr. McCarthy learned the secrets to being successful in other cultures. Often, he was the only American working with 3,000 local employees, giving him a peek into the Zeitgeist of the local business and government leaders that most Americans never see.He learned how to succeed in …
 
Lindsey Miller (@LindseyMiller87) lived in Pyongyang from 2017 to 2019, during some of the most turbulent times on the Korean Peninsula in recent memory. She joins the NK News Podcast to talk about her personal experiences in North Korea, photography in the capital city and beyond, connecting with the community, and her new book North […]…
 
Lindsey Miller (@LindseyMiller87) lived in Pyongyang from 2017 to 2019, during some of the most turbulent times on the Korean Peninsula in recent memory. She joins the NK News Podcast to talk about her personal experiences in North Korea, photography in the capital city and beyond, connecting with the community, and her new book North […]…
 
It's rather well known that governments aren't always the best when it comes to spending money and, unfortunately, that trend is continuing. The federal government will be spending $17.7 billion next year just on consultants. Couple that with the fact that the federal government has approximately 380,000 civil servants and it starts making you wond…
 
Hyundai Motor sold its first factory in China, which once symbolized its aggressive expansion into the market, after years of sales held hostage by geopolitics. The automaker agreed to sell its Plant 1 in Beijing to the government of Shunyi District, a satellite city of Beijing, according to industry sources and multiple media reports both in Korea…
 
Today I would like to do some news coverage from the past week. If some of you have been following the news on North Korea, South Korea, or the United States, you most likely know that a major meeting between the US President Joe Biden and South Korean President Moon Jae-in took place on May 21. Why did they meet in the first place, why does it mat…
 
This week's edition of The Brightest Conversation in Hamilton features Scot Urquhart who joins Scott to talk about the price of tickets to see the Toronto Maple Leafs play against the Montreal Canadiens, Hamilton's proposed LRT system, a rise in the number of smokers worldwide, whether you would want to know if you'll get Alzheimer's before you sta…
 
It seems like there's a nice thick layer of pollen coating every surface in Hamilton this spring. Where did it all come from and what exactly is pollen? Is there any reason it's here in such abundance? Guest: Barbara McKean, Head of Education, Royal Botanical Gardens - Is this the year we'll see the Toronto Maple Leafs continue all the way to win t…
 
Ontario's education system seems to love moving students forward but hates to keep them back regardless of their readiness to progress to the next grade. What happens if a parent doesn't think their kid is ready for the next grade? What can they do? Guest: Monika Ferenczy, Education Expert, Consultant & Author - Metronlinx will be sending its big w…
 
The government will invest 3.8 percent of its GDP on Green New Deal projects by 2025 to bring about carbon neutrality for Korea. It's also increasing its support for environmental efforts by developing countries Official Development Assistance (ODA) and contributions to the Green Climate Fund (GCF). Full Article: https://koreajoongangdaily.joins.co…
 
Today's edition of Ben's Story of the Day features: 1) When the graduating class pulls a prank, there's usually some appreciation for the genius with a pinch of insanity needed to a good one work. These students weren't that lucky instead getting suspended just long enough to miss the graduation ceremony. 2) There isn't often a lot of overlap betwe…
 
In this episode of Intelligence Matters DECLASSIFIED: Spy Stories from the Officers Who Were There, former career CIA analyst and non-proliferation expert Maja Lehnus tells the story of one of the intelligence community’s most important discoveries of the last decade – a covert nuclear reactor in the Syrian desert, likely built with support from No…
 
You would have been considered a hardcore conspiracy theorist a while back if you said that COVID-19 was created in a Wuhan lab but is there a chance that that might be the case? Guest: Dr. Charles Burton, Senior Fellow, Macdonald-Laurier Institute, Centre for Advancing Canada’s Interests Abroad - It would appear that there's a shift in people's us…
 
Covid-19 vaccines left over after people didn't show up to get them will be available for anyone interested starting Thursday — and you can sign up to receive alerts about leftover vaccine at neighborhood clinics and hospitals. Foreigners covered by Korean health insurance and over the age of 30 are included. The Covid-19 Vaccination Task Force ann…
 
In this special post-summit roundtable podcast, the NK News team deep dive into the most recent ROK-US summit and the leaders’ joint statement. They pick apart what Presidents Biden and Moon discussed at their summit in Washington, D.C. last Friday. They look at each presidential priorities in regard to North Korea issues, reasonable satisfaction w…
 
In this special post-summit roundtable podcast, the NK News team deep dive into the most recent ROK-US summit and the leaders’ joint statement. They pick apart what Presidents Biden and Moon discussed at their summit in Washington, D.C. last Friday. They look at each presidential priorities in regard to North Korea issues, reasonable satisfaction w…
 
BTS nabbed the Top Duo/Group, Top Song Sales Artist, Top Social Artist, and Top Selling Song awards at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards (BBMA) held on Monday, Korean time, setting a record for not only itself but for all of K-pop. The 2021 BBMA was broadcast live from 9 a.m. on cable channel Mnet in Korea. This year’s event took place at the Microso…
 
In today's daily round-up of export, trade and commodity finance news, TXF's Max Thompson covers the latest stories and trends across the market: The world’s seven largest advanced economies have agreed to stop international financing of coal projects that emit carbon by the end of this year, and phase out such support for all fossil fuels, to meet…
 
President Moon Jae-in ticked off promised investment in the United States by Korean corporations and suggested that more incentives will equal more investment. “If the U.S. government provides a wide variety of incentives for battery production facilities, there will be more investment to come,” Moon said during a visit to SK Innovation’s electric …
 
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