Rimjin-gang offers digital archives in English.
The archives typically consist of documents published in pdf or similar formats free of charge. The aim of this project is to publish highly accurate reports and articles about North Korea with the help of North Koreans reporting from within the country and the Rimjin-gang editors. The reports are intended to be used effectively by experts and researchers and related organizations and media.
Rimjin-gang – Digital Archives – English
Rimjin-gang : Report on Starving Korean People’s Army (October / 2012)
|<PART 1> A starving soldier captured on video
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|<PART 2 > Death by starvation in military troops
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<PART 3 > Why is the Korean People’s Army starving?
|<PART 1> Rapid spread of mobile phones
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|<PART 2> Personal use of increasingly available computers and IT devices
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|<PART 3> Prospects for digital and IT consumption to change North Korean society
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Rimjin-gang : The Domestic Attitudes towards the Missile Launch and Nuclear Test, 2006 (Oct – Nov/2006)
|<PART 1> The Voice of the North Korean People
The Domestic Attitudes towards the Missile Launch and Nuclear Test, 2006
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|<PART 2 > The Voice of the North Korean People
< “Dear General Has Hidden All” > < A Nuclear Test where No One Dies>
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|<PART 3 > The Voice of the North Korean People
< “The People Wouldn’t Have Known Why It Was” ><Malnutrition of Soldiers Continue to Grow><The “Special Nuke” Fired for the Recognition of Our Country>
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