This regular publication looks at current international, domestic, and peninsular affairs concerning North Korea while also offering commentary and tourism information on the country.
In international news, North Korea today is reportedly where China was in 1981. Furthermore, questions are being asked as to the effectiveness of economic sanctions following an upsurge in construction work.
In inter-Korean news, potential unification between North and South Korea could slow the pace of population aging on the Korean peninsula.
On the domestic front, it is reported that due to severe drought, North Korea is facing food shortages. It is also sitting on trillions of dollars-worth of natural resources which cannot be access due to lack of technology and expertise.