ASIAN GEOPOLITICS
This site is maintained by Tim Beal as a repository of links to articles, mainly on geopolitics, with a focus on Asia, particularly Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea).
It was previously entitled DPRK-NORTH Korea and was hosted by Victoria University of Wellington until my retirement.

24 June 2017

Articles repository

ROK & Inter-Korean
USA
NZ
China
Europe, Australia, Canada
Japan
Russia
General foreign relations & UN
Food Supply and Aid
Economy, Trade and Business
Softwar, Cyberwar, Education, S&T
Sports and Tourism
Papers & Commentaries
Documentation
Links
Seminars, films, and books
Domestic DPRK
South Asia
Satellite and Nuclear issues
World issues


Some recent books and chapters

  • front cover
    China, New Zealand, and the Complexities of Globalization
    Asymmetry, Complementarity, and Competition
    With KANG Yuanfei
    Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 2016
    front cover
    Satellites, Missiles and the Geopolitics of East Asia
    In North Korea: Political, Economic and Social Issues, edited by Marvin Harrison

    Nova Publishers, New York, 2016
    front cover
    Crisis in Korea: America, China, and the Risk of War

    Pluto Press, London, 2011
    More details
    front cover
    North Korea: The Struggle against American Power
    Pluto Press, London, 2005

    Marty & the Sage ~ a serious entertainment
    A very engaging, witty, and sharp approach to political analysis by Tim Beal. Not to be missed!
    Gregory Elich

    Some recent articles


    NZ-DPRK Society
    The official website of the NZ-DPRK Society, working to increase awareness, understanding and contact  between the people  of New Zealand and the DPRK

  • About this site
  • Counterfeiting
    Incomplete dossier on counterfeiting and BDA issues, only updated infrequently and incompletely

    Pyongyang Report
    A periodic newsletter first published in 1999 but now regretfully discontinued because of other commitments

    Maps of Korea

    The Internet Archive
    If a link is no longer active you may be able to access using the WayBack Machine, surfing pages stored in the Internet Archive's web archive.



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