„North Korea is looking more and more like a poor man's version of South Korea.“

2010s, Interview with Colin Marshall (February 2015)

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„North Korea's future depends on a large extent on South Korea's future.“

—  Brian Reynolds Myers American professor of international studies 1963

2010s, Interview with Chad O'Carroll (2012)

„In North Korea, I lived as Kim Il-sung's robot. In South Korea, I got to live a new life.“

—  Kim Hyon-hui former North Korean agent 1962

"She killed 115 people before the last Korean Olympics. Now she wonders: ‘Can my sins be pardoned?’" in The Washington Post https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:cC9NX5WV1gkJ:https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/olympics/she-killed-115-people-before-the-last-korean-olympics-now-she-wonders-can-my-sins-be-pardoned/2018/02/05/ae51588c-0a31-11e8-8890-372e2047c935_story.html+&cd=18&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us (25 February 2018)

„For most North Koreans the state equals the race, equals the country. This is where the North has been so much more successful than what I call the "Unloved Republic" of South Korea.“

—  Brian Reynolds Myers American professor of international studies 1963

There, as in Weimar Germany, the state is seen as having betrayed the race. When Moon Jae-in looks back on the history of the ROK he holds up only the anti-state riots and protests as high points.
2010s, Interview with Joshua Stanton (August 2017)

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„As dangerous as a nuclear-armed North Korea is, it pales in comparison to the danger of a nuclear-armed Iran. A nuclear-armed Iran in the Middle East wouldn't be another North Korea. It would be another 50 North Koreas.“

—  Benjamín Netanyahu Israeli prime minister 1949

Address to the United Nations General Assembly https://archive.is/hZjh9#selection-723.6-723.114 (1 October 2013).
2010s, 2013

„North Korea kept harassing the South, and one day they just clicked: Tell me that isn't a stalker's dream writ geopolitical.“

—  Brian Reynolds Myers American professor of international studies 1963

2010s, Confederation Again (July 2018)

„North Korea fears an improvement in relations.“

—  Brian Reynolds Myers American professor of international studies 1963

2010s, Interview with Chad O'Carroll (2012)

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„We are entering a world of rapidly multiplying nuclear stand-offs like this. India vs Pakistan. Iran vs Israel. America vs. China. Within decades, North Korea vs Japan and South Korea. Not one Cold War, but many — and the risk is doubled each time.“

—  Johann Hari British journalist 1979

How the world's hot-spots are turning into Cold Wars..., JohannHari.com, July 27, 2006, 2007-01-26 http://www.johannhari.com/archive/article.php?id=645,

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„To North Korea, diplomacy is another form of war.“

—  Brian Reynolds Myers American professor of international studies 1963

"Stranger Than Fiction" https://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.nytimes.com/2005/02/13/opinion/stranger-than-fiction.html The New York Times (13 February 2005)
2000s

„South Korea is a very capital-centric country.“

—  Brian Reynolds Myers American professor of international studies 1963

2010s, Interview with Colin Marshall (February 2015)

„Up close, North Korea is not Stalinist — it’s simply racist.“

—  Brian Reynolds Myers American professor of international studies 1963

2010s, North Korea's Race Problem (February 2010)

„North Korea cannot normalize relations with the United States.“

—  Brian Reynolds Myers American professor of international studies 1963

2010s, Interview with Chad O'Carroll (2012)

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„North Korea is the country that the monkeys in The Wizard of Oz came from.“

—  Lewis Black American stand-up comedian, author, playwright, social critic and actor 1948

Red, White, and Screwed (2006)

„1990s, North Korea was the main recipient of American aid in Asia.“

—  Brian Reynolds Myers American professor of international studies 1963

2010s, Interview with Chad O'Carroll (2012)

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„735 days in North Korea was long enough. But I’m thankful.“

—  Kenneth Bae American missionary held as prisoner in North Korea 1968

Kenneth Bae: ‘735 days in North Korea was long enough’ https://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2016/june/kenneth-bae-my-story-of-faith-in-north-korean-prison-camp.html (May 2, 2016)

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