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Leonid Petrov graduated from St. Petersburg State University (1994) in Russia where he majored in Korean History and Language. He obtained a PhD in History at the Australian National University (2003) and specialised in the studies of North Korea. Currently he is a Research Associate at the PAH RSPAS ANU for the ARC-funded project "Historical Conflict and Reconciliation in East Asia".
No. Article Date
Pyongyang Turns Back the Clock
[Opinion] Explaining North Korea's moves against Gaesong Industrial Complex
1
The era of relaxation and experimentation, which prompted the beginning of inter-Korean cooperation, is well and truly o... >>more
2009.06.23
Another Sign of North Korea's Insecurity
Pyongyang hands harsh sentence on US journalists
2
North Korea believes they are sending a message to the world. Its leadership is driven and motivated only by the instinc... >>more
2009.06.12
North Korea: A Prisoner of Its Own History
Paul French's book 'North Korea: The Paranoid Peninsula. A Modern History' survives 2nd edition
3
A director of Shanghai-based Access Asia, Mr. French boasts the first-hand knowledge of North Korea that positions him w... >>more
2008.12.06
Neo-Cons in Pyongyang
[Analysis] North Korea is heading to a major retreat
4
As for North Korea's erratic behaviour in rejecting the nuclear sampling and verification process, again it is the conse... >>more
2008.11.17
Mutual Trust Broken in Six-Party Talks
North Korea senses the resumption of the Cold War
5
North Korea was expecting to be removed from the US list of terrorism sponsors in return for the submission to the Six-P... >>more
2008.08.27
Will Australia Help North Korea?
Australian Labor gov't promises increasingly activist international policy
6
The Australian Labor Party, victorious at last year's federal elections in November 2007, now proudly states that its fo... >>more
2008.05.05
Criminality Part of North Korea's Survival Strategy
Lack of legitimate ways to generate revenue only increases dependence on illicit activities
7
The ongoing dispute between the US and the DPRK about its right to pursue its indigenous nuclear program left North Kore... >>more
2008.03.24
What North Korea Policy Will Lee Pursue?
[Analysis] Excessive emphasis on denuclearization could well lead to disengagement
8
Lee's complaints that ties with the US had been neglected for the sake of North-South Korean relations do have a certain... >>more
2008.03.05
Presidential Elections and Russia-Korea Relations
[Analysis] Prof. Leonid Petrov looks at the future of bilateral ties
9
No sooner had Russia-Korea relations entered a new era than another nuclear crisis burst out on the Korean peninsula. In... >>more
2008.02.22
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