Materials obtained and disseminated by the North Korea International Documentation Project on the origins of the North Korean nuclear program were referred to in an article by Aidan Foster-Carter in the Financial Times.

Foster-Carter, Honorary Senior Research Fellow in Sociology and Modern Korea, Leeds University, wrote that "Documents from Pyongyang's erstwhile communist allies - none of whom liked or trusted Kim - collated by the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington reveal that, as early as the 1960s, North Korea evinced a keen interest in nuclear technologies."

To view the full story, please click here to be redirected to Aidan Foster-Carter, "The view from Kim's bunker is of a nuclear world," Financial Times, February 18, 2013.