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North Korea

On February 14, 2017, Kim Jong-nam, the estranged brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, was assassinated during a trip to Malaysia. According to …


China North Korea

At the Munich Security Conference in early November, Chinese officials delivered a crystal-clear message that China would avoid hurting its relationship with North Korea …


North Korea

In early December, the South Korean think tank KINU (Korean Institute for National Unification) reported, based on satellite images, that North Korea has no …

As Donald J. Trump is inaugurated President of the United States and begins his first day in office, we have a message for him. …


North Korea

For those with even a basic knowledge of what North Korea is like, it comes as no surprise that many people inside the country …


North Korea

Ladies and gentlemen, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is at it again. In his ongoing struggle with foreign counterrevolutionaries and bourgeois rightists, the …


North Korea

Kim Jong-un’s heart so overflows with love for the Korean people that he has given to them a new method of relaxation—and no, it …


North Korea

On Wednesday, August 17, 2016, officials in Seoul reported that Thae Yong Ho, the second in command of North Korea’s embassy in London, had …


North Korea

We find ourselves in the final week of the 2016 Olympic games in Rio, and a highlight of these games was watching two gymnasts …

Of the five remaining Captive Nations—China, Cuba, Laos, Vietnam, and North Korea—North Korea is the most repressed, its people the most suffering, its regime …