Martin Weiser has been an independent researcher on North Korea since receiving his MA from Korea University, Seoul in 2014. Next to research on human rights related topics, he also analyzes media rhetoric inside and outside the country and political changes as well as the question how academia contributes to policy towards the North.
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North Korea is widely called the most isolated country on the planet. How do you dig for information in a Stalinist state where information, the internet and free speech are controlled at every turn? We've brought together a remarkable group of experts who use techniques ranging from satellite imagery and refugee interviews to content analysis of official texts.