From The Wilson Center:
The North Korea International Documentation Project (NKIDP), a part of the Wilson Center’s History and Public Policy Program, has just published translations of 21 documents from the archives of the former Soviet Union. The records, which come from the Russian State Archive of Contemporary History (RGANI), deal with a number of subjects, including North Korean decision-making during the USS Pueblo and EC-121 crises, North Korea-China relations during the Sino-Soviet split and China’s Cultural Revolution, the Kim Il Sung cult, and economic conditions inside of the DPRK.
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