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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 ...
 
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Super Awesome North Korea

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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
 
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 complex security events – he ...
 
Creepy Conversations is a comedy podcast that covers scary Asian creatures, cults, horror stories and true crime hosted by two anxiety-ridden scaredy cats. Join best friends Kalai & Nikki as they torture themselves with creepy conversations. Subscribe on Patreon for uncut videos and exclusive bonus content: https://www.patreon.com/creepyconvos Follow us on: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/creepyconvos/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/creepyconversations/ Twitter - https://twitter.c ...
 
Is it reasonable to say that either the Democrats or Republicans are 100% right on every issue? Today's Media has become nothing more than a biased and deceptive competition between Liberals and Conservatives to promote their agenda. In today's society if you want to hear the Liberal view, you tune into MSNBC. if your interest is Conservative, then your TV is tuned into FOX. And finally, if you want a more diverse view, your choice is most likely CNN. Even though they are also left leaning. ...
 
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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
 
The RAND Corporation is a nonprofit institution that helps improve policy and decisionmaking through research and analysis. Call with the Experts is an audio series that connects journalists and RAND donors with RAND experts working on issues relevant to the current policy debate. For more about RAND, visit www.rand.org.
 
Former naval officer and Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran turned anecdote archeologist. An excavator of hidden gems who infuses them with a healthy dose of pop culture. Navigating the globe offers unique perspectives, an appreciation for life's ironies, and random descents into absurdity. USNA class of 2006 graduate with a B.S. in History. Masters in Systems Analysis (Applied Math) from the Naval Postgraduate School.
 
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!
 
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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Nam Bada joins the podcast to talk about PSCORE (People for Successful Corean Reunification), how his organization helps defectors adjust to South Korean society, North Korean human rights abuses and the reunification of the Korean Peninsula. Nam Bada is PSCORE’s Secretary General and has worked with the organization since 2010. About the podcast: …
 
Join me as we look at hotspots around the world that not many are speaking about! You can support my work at the links below. We are totally listener supported and we appreciate each and every one of you! Thank you and God bless! PayPal: https://paypal.me/johnnystorm NEW! Cash app now available for donations! Our cash tag is $jstorm212 For checks a…
 
North Korea is back in the headlines, and as usual, it’s not because they’ve invented a new soft drink. No, Kim Jong Un’s fiefdom has once again launched missiles into the sea, claims to have invented hypersonic ones, is building up their capability to launch nuclear-tipped missiles from submarines and is restarting everyone’s favorite nuclear reac…
 
Most social distancing measures will be dropped in the Netherlands starting Saturday, as the country moves to a "health pass" system requiring proof of coronavirus vaccination for entry into various venues. Opposition is mounting against Tunisian President Kais Saied after he extended indefinitely the “exceptional measures” he took in July that eff…
 
All things have to come to an end, and it applies to this podcast in its current format too. Thank you for staying tuned for more than 50 episodes! In this last episode I talk about why it has to end and what my future plans are. Spoiler: Once I have more time, I will do my best to rebrand, reformat, and continue this podcast in mid-2022. To use a …
 
Russia chased a US Navy Destroyer out of its waters today and now they want answers. So far Washington has been silent. At the same time we're poking the Russian Bear, we're discharging 350,000 combat troops. Unreal. Prayed up and prepped up! You can support my work at the links below. We are totally listener supported and we appreciate each and ev…
 
The Forever War. It may be gone from Afghanistan but it’s not gone from our hearts. Our minds. Our souls. The body politic is riddled with the consequences of the last twenty years of conflict. The Department of Homeland Security is my go to. The first half of my life it didn’t exist. Now I am faced with the consequences of its disastrous policies …
 
In America, there are few issues as controversial as abortion. It’s a major fault line that runs through society, dividing families and even influencing elections. In the 1980s and 1990s, some groups within America’s anti-abortion movement became militant. There were hundreds of bombing and arson attacks on clinics. Some groups began to argue that …
 
Nikki and Kalai cover the unfortunate Anne Anne Kindergarten Stabbing. They talk about how the system failed both the victims and perpetrator, and how one small prank phone call to the firefighters triggered a series of horrifying incidents.Subscribe on Patreon for uncut videos and exclusive bonus content: https://www.patreon.com/creepyconvosFor re…
 
Under legislation known as the Hudood Ordinances introduced in 1979, a nearly blind teenage girl who'd been raped by two men and then became pregnant, was jailed herself for having sex outside marriage. In 1983 Safia Bibi was sentenced to three years imprisonment, 15 lashes and a fine. There was public outrage and anger from Pakistani women against…
 
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee will meet on Thursday to review safety and efficacy data for potential booster doses of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine. The panel will reconvene the next day for similar discussions regarding the Johnson & Johnson shot. Unvaccinated French citizens …
 
For those hoping the coronavirus pandemic was under control in Asia, the summer has been a nasty shock. A resurgence of Covid-19 across Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, Indonesia and elsewhere, mainly associated with the spread of the Delta variant, has put paid to the idea the region was nearing the end of the health crisis. Even in countries like Chi…
 
Eighteen-month-old Jessica McClure fell down a well-shaft while playing with other children in Texas in October 1987. It took almost three days to free her, and as the rescue effort got underway the American media became transfixed by her story. Susan Hulme has been talking Joe Faulkner, a neighbour who watched the drama unfold.Photo: a policeman c…
 
While the twentieth century saw the collapse of monarchies across Europe, recent events are a reminder that hereditary monarchies still matter in Asia. In some countries like Malaysia and Bhutan the institution is thriving, but they can struggle for relevancy given the pro-democracy movement in Thailand and fast-modernising landscape of Japan. In a…
 
In this episode of Intelligence Matters, host Michael Morell speaks with David Robarge, Chief Historian at the CIA, about the agency’s performance during some of the most important global issues of the last 50 years. Morell and Robarge discuss the insight and warnings CIA provided at pivotal moments during the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Vietnam War,…
 
In 1960s Britain extreme right-wing groups were on the rise. A schoolteacher called Colin Jordan led a Nazi rally in Trafalgar Square in central London. He openly praised Hitler and called for Britain to be freed from what he called 'Jewish control'. He was also a white supremacist who called for the repatriation of black people. Claire Bowes has b…
 
Nam Bada joins the podcast to talk about PSCORE (People for Successful Corean Reunification), how his organization helps defectors adjust to South Korean society, North Korean human rights abuses and the reunification of the Korean Peninsula. Nam Bada is PSCORE’s Secretary General and has worked with the organization since 2010. About the podcast: …
 
Mandates are going to cripple the systems in America. You can support my work at the links below. We are totally listener supported and we appreciate each and every one of you! Thank you and God bless! PayPal: https://paypal.me/johnnystorm NEW! Cash app now available for donations! Our cash tag is $jstorm212 For checks and money orders please email…
 
And more wars and rumors of war news. You can support my work at the links below. We are totally listener supported and we appreciate each and every one of you! Thank you and God bless! PayPal: https://paypal.me/johnnystorm NEW! Cash app now available for donations! Our cash tag is $jstorm212 For checks and money orders please email us at dntspk5@g…
 
This week's shorty, Nikki and Kalai talk about a dream that might prove that Nikki is a seer and Kalai covers Iran's first female serial killer who was inspired by Agatha Christie novels, Mahid Qadiri. Subscribe on Patreon for uncut videos and exclusive bonus content: https://www.patreon.com/creepyconvos…
 
Saudi author Raja Alem was a voracious reader from an early age and thanks to her liberal-minded father, grew up immersed in books. She was in her early teens when she began to write novellas and then articles in the cultural supplements of newspapers in her native Saudi Arabia. In 2011, she became the first woman to win the prestigious internation…
 
Ferry service in WA state, Air Traffic Controllers walking off due to mandates, food supplies running short due to supply chain issues and workers saying NO to the vax mandates! This is all by design. You can support my work at the links below. We are totally listener supported and we appreciate each and every one of you! Thank you and God bless! P…
 
Dark Winter begins in Lebanon. Prayers for all of those affected!!! You can support my work at the links below. We are totally listener supported and we appreciate each and every one of you! Thank you and God bless! PayPal: https://paypal.me/johnnystorm NEW! Cash app now available for donations! Our cash tag is $jstorm212 For checks and money order…
 
This just happened overnight. You can support my work at the links below. We are totally listener supported and we appreciate each and every one of you! Thank you and God bless! PayPal: https://paypal.me/johnnystorm NEW! Cash app now available for donations! Our cash tag is $jstorm212 For checks and money orders please email us at dntspk5@gmail.com…
 
The idea of terrorism as a franchise isn’t new, maybe, but nobody’s done it better than Islamic State. Most Americans thought the fight against ISIS was over with the fall of Raqqa. But on August 26, at least 169 Afghans and 13 US troops were killed in Kabul by a group calling itself ISIS-K. Islamic State, apparently, lives on. Joby Warrick of the …
 
Bermuda-born Clyde Best came to England as a teenager in 1968 and went on to play for West Ham United alongside the likes of Bobby Moore and Geoff Hurst. Best made a name for himself as a talented goal-scorer in more than 200 appearances for the Hammers, but he faced constant racist abuse from fans, and on occasion, from opposition players. Clyde B…
 
Amy Webb's life changed in unexpected ways when her daughter was born with disabilities. Like every mother, she wants her child to grow up experiencing all the things a child should: playing on a playground with friends, exploring a museum, going on a family vacation. She learned, though, that not every experience is created with accessibility in m…
 
October 7, 2021 - Stanford University Director of the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, founding director of its Korean Studies program, and William J. Perry Professor of Contemporary Korea Gi-Wook Shin shares insights on rising anti-China sentiments in South Korea and their implications for the upcoming South Korean presidential election, …
 
In any list of influential tech powers in the world, South Korea would undoubtedly be near the top. In this episode we delve into how the country achieved this status, transforming the nature of its economy and producing global industry leaders like Samsung and LG Electronics. But we'll also look to the future, and at how South Korea is working wit…
 
In 1998, Christopher Alder, a black former soldier, choked to death in handcuffs on the floor of a British police station. CCTV footage showed the 37-year-old father-of-two gasping for air as officers chatted and joked around him. It took 11 minutes for him to stop breathing. An inquest found Christopher Alder was unlawfully killed but no-one has e…
 
Mexican and U.S. officials are set to hold security talks on Friday in Mexico City. Leaders from the world’s 20 largest economies will hold a virtual summit on Tuesday to discuss the ongoing crisis in Afghanistan after G20 chair Italy pressed for it. The session will focus on the ongoing humanitarian and economic crisis in the country that has wors…
 
Now war with Russia appears to be inevitable. You can support my work at the links below. We are totally listener supported and we appreciate each and every one of you! Thank you and God bless! PayPal: https://paypal.me/johnnystorm NEW! Cash app now available for donations! Our cash tag is $jstorm212 For checks and money orders please email us at d…
 
China has made it official. World war 3 will happen and soon. However President Biden says he has a "Taiwan agreement" with Xi of China. What agreement is that??? Prayed up and prepped up! You can support my work at the links below. We are totally listener supported and we appreciate each and every one of you! Thank you and God bless! PayPal: https…
 
In the early 20th century, many Somali seafarers made their way to Britain on merchant ships, establishing communities in cities such as Cardiff. One of them, Ibrahim Ismaa'il, made his way to the UK from the port of Aden. He then struck up an unlikely friendship with an eminent anthropologist who lived in an alternative community in the Cotswolds.…
 
In this episode of Intelligence Matters, CBS News Intelligence and National Security Reporter Olivia Gazis interviews three top former intelligence officials about the past, present and future of U.S. engagement in Afghanistan. Panelists Michael Morell, former CIA deputy director and Intelligence Matters host, Michael Vickers, former Undersecretary…
 
During World War Two, tens of thousands of African-American US servicemen passed through the UK as part of the war effort. The black GIs stationed in Britain were forced by the American military to abide by the racial segregation laws that applied in the deep south of the US. But that didn't stop relationships developing between British women and t…
 
A full roster of NK News journalists and contributors joins the podcast this week for a special Ask Me Anything roundtable discussion in celebration of 200 episodes. With drinks in hand, the team responds to reader inquiries on a range of North Korea topics — from missile launches, reunification prospects and an end of war […]…
 
A full roster of NK News journalists and contributors joins the podcast this week for a special Ask Me Anything roundtable discussion in celebration of 200 episodes. With drinks in hand, the team responds to reader inquiries on a range of North Korea topics — from missile launches, reunification prospects and an end of war […]…
 
Norwell Roberts joined the Metropolitan police in 1967. He was put forward as a symbol of progressive policing amid ongoing tensions between the police and ethnic minorities in the capital. But behind the scenes, Norwell endured years of racist abuse from colleagues within the force. Norwell Roberts spoke to Alex Last about growing up in Britain an…
 
In November 1987, the Romanian cargo ship, the Fundulea, was attacked by an Iranian gunboat in the Persian Gulf. It was just one of hundreds of merchant ships hit by missiles or mines in the Gulf during the Iran-Iraq war, as both sides sought to damage each other's oil exports and trade. The conflict at sea became known as the Tanker War. Major nav…
 
This is getting a bit too close to home as these refueling AC are at Fairchild AFB, about 20 minutes up the road. Prayed up and prepped up! You can support my work at the links below. We are totally listener supported and we appreciate each and every one of you! Thank you and God bless! PayPal: https://paypal.me/johnnystorm NEW! Cash app now availa…
 
As strategic competition between the US and China increasingly shapes the region, Vietnam has reoriented its national foreign and defence policy. Vietnam has a major stake in the international rules-based order. One of its key priorities is defending sovereignty and maritime claims in the South China Sea, which are coming under challenge by an asse…
 
Portugal is set to lift nearly all remaining coronavirus restrictions on Friday as it leads the world in vaccinations. The Women’s March is planning a rally across all 50 U.S. states on Saturday in response to controversial legislation introduced in Texas that significantly limits women’s access to abortion. Japan’s parliament will likely convene o…
 
In the early 1980s in West Germany, a radical new political party was on the rise. Die Grünen - the Greens - championed protecting the environment, scrapping nuclear power plants and nuclear missiles, and stopping pollution. A movement as well as a party, the Greens brought together disparate groups of environmentalists, conservative farmers and yo…
 
Modern China is seen variously as an economic powerhouse, an icon of urbanisation, a propaganda state or an aggressive superpower seeking world domination. From kung-fu to tofu, tea to trade routes, sages to silk, China has influenced cuisine, commerce, military strategy, aesthetics and philosophy across the world for thousands of years. China’s hi…
 
This week we watched the Netflix movie Kindom - Ashin of the North with special guest London! We talk the Only Fans drama (finally), Michael discusses Snyder's cut, Robby does some sexy research, and London is rooting for zombie dear. CW: Sexual assault, dismemberment, torture, racism. This week’s episode is brought to you by One Last Kiss by Kat M…
 
In 1996 the UK government said there was a link between BSE in cattle and Variant CJD in humans. It's believed that more than 100 people contracted the debilitating and ultimately fatal disease after eating infected beef during an outbreak in the 1980s and 1990s. Initially scientists had no idea what was causing their strange symptoms, until a link…
 
In this episode of Intelligence Matters, host Michael Morell speaks with Robert Pape, professor of political science at the University of Chicago and Director of the Chicago Project on Security and Threats, about the insurrectionist movement in the United States. Pape reviews the results of recent studies and polls carried out in the aftermath of t…
 
In 1971 photographer Claudia Andujar began documenting the lives of a remote indigenous tribe in the Brazilian Amazon jungle. Claudia went on to take thousands of unique images of Yanomami men, women and children. Her photographs helped the campaign for recognition of the Yanomami's rights over their own land. Mike Lanchin has been hearing from Cla…
 
Scholars Mason Richey and David Tizzard join the podcast to discuss their new academic volume “The Future of the Korean Peninsula: Korea 2032 and Beyond,” which they co-edited along with Jagannath P. Panda. Our guests dive into the significance of the year 2032 for North and South Korea and explain why they chose to analyze […]…
 
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