Stories about North Korea from September, 2006
Mutant frog writes an elaborated summary on the history wars between China and Korea for the Asian history carnival.
Kim Dang from Ohmynews writes a citizen report on former South Korean president Kim Dae Jung's criticism towards Amercian neo conservatives and Japanese right wing for exploiting the North Korea nurclear issue.
Gusts of popular feeling has two detailed posts with historical photos about the history of foreign visits to Chosun. The first visit record is 1582. The first western missionaries, two French Catholics, came to Korea in 1836. Since 1800s, more conflicts emerged.
Peking Duck blogs a discussion about Korea has been China's territory since ancient time; Bingfeng shows another map saying that China has been Korea's territory since ancient time, the blogger feels that “it's a little silly to bring them to the level of diplomatic dispute”.
Robert Kaplan, a visiting Professor in National Security at the United States Naval Academy, wrote an article at the Alantic Monthly titled as “When North Korea falls”, and pointed out the likely winner is China. The articles has stirred up some discussion among some bloggers. Richardson from the Korea Liberator...
Francis from interlocals.net writes an analyical piece on the implication of U.S-Korea handover of wartime operation command: The real issue here is not really about sovereign right of military command, but the subtly and deeply changing role and strategy of the ROK-US military alliance with very strong regional implications. Not...
Joshua in Korea Liberator tells people how to break the blockade and access to alternative information to North Korea.