North Korea: Australia’s capacity to act where others cannot

Choson Exchange recently prepared a program for North Korean students to learn business, finance and economics overseas through university courses and internships. They consulted a range of North Koreans on how it should structure such a program and ‘the Australia National University’ often came back as the model to follow. Up until 2006, ANU hosted North Korean trainees studying economics under programs supported by international and Australian aid agencies. The Australian exchange program was clearly well-regarded by outward-looking North Koreans. [Read More]