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North Korea

The study of art shows you graphically what the aims of these regimes really were.

It’s Black Friday, one of the biggest shopping days of the year. People wake up early to wait for hours in lines that go …


North Korea

North Korea’s Mansudae is believed to be one of the biggest art studios in the world, and is known for crafting the most iconic …


North Korea

Today, North Korea threatens to “burn Manhattan to ashes.” Yesterday, Kim Jong-un decided to ramp-up the country’s nuclear capacities. Tomorrow, the hermit kingdom will …


North Korea

The second half of the twentieth century was a story about venturing out. In the free world, it was the age of Star Wars …


North Korea

From smiling children firing Kalashnikovs to women in traditional Korean garb hugging wheat, North Korea’s propaganda is famous for portraying the communist nation as …


North Korea

When it comes to North Korea, it’s tough to get away with saying, “You’re not going to believe this.” Since the communist regime took over …


North Korea

“Jinhye Jo” survived one of the world’s most secretive and brutally oppressive communist regimes: North Korea. Because the regime still exists today, she uses …


North Korea

You heard about The Interview. You’ve probably seen this photo showing North Korea at night—a sea of dark compared to the bright lights of …