Dr Adam Cathcart writes that Kim Yo-jong can no longer be ignored by North Koreans who must shield the Kim family from plots and internal discontent.
A new exhibition exploring the role of art collector, Cold War diplomat and former Durham University Chancellor Malcolm MacDonald played in international affairs opens this week.
Professor Regina Lee Blaszczyk appears in the Hagley Collections and Research Newsletter discussing her latest books.
The University of Edinburgh will be hosting a panel presented by Dr Jim Hoare entitled ‘North Korea: A Dangerous Enigma’.
Dr Laura King is speaking at a Creativity and Coproduction Workshop at the University of Bristol on 10th November.
Dr Adam Cathcart is quoted in a Washington Post article "North Korea’s rhetoric is the same it’s always been. It’s the U.S. response that makes things different this time."
Oscar Webber, Postgraduate Researcher, writes this article about British responses to natural disaster in the 19th-century Caribbean.
Dr Adam Cathcart comments on Trump calling the North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un ‘Rocket Man’.
Professor William Gould is working on providing the historical backdrop for The India Club's proposed heritage listing, to avoid its internal demolition.