Dermot Hudson

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Dermot Hudson was born in London, UK but grew up in Winchester. He studied History at the University of Winchester and also did some postgraduate study at the University of Greenwich. He has visited the Democratic People's Republic of Korea 18 time and is the Chairman of the Korean Friendship Association of the UK as well  the founder of the British Group for the Study of the Juche Idea. In 2016 Dermot Hudson was awarded the Doctorate of Socio-politics by the Korean Association of Social Scientists. He can be reached at juche007@yahoo.co.uk.
Years ago I read a book, edited by CovertAction Magazine founders Philip Agee and Louis Wolf, entitled Dirty Work: The CIA in Western Europe, about the CIA in Western Europe. All the articles and essays were very interesting but one had a distinctive title “The CIA Makes the News,” by...
Part of mounting popular disaffection against South Korea’s conservative leader whom the RAND Corporation branded as a “perfect partner” for the U.S. South Korea is hitting the headlines again but not for the reasons that its leaders would like. Protests have erupted in the wake of a new law supported...
The Juche idea or Juche ideology has been the guiding idea of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) for many decades. Juche is synonymous with the DPRK. Without understanding the Juche idea, it is impossible to have any understanding of the DPRK. However, much of the media in the...
The DPRK Has Thwarted U.S. Designs to Control the Korean Peninsula in a Major Historical Accomplishment. On August 15, 1945, Korea was liberated from Japanese imperialist colonial rule thanks to the arduous armed struggle waged by the anti-Japanese partisans led by the guerrilla leader Kim Il Sung. Japanese imperialist rule, which...