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The private, Christian-led university in North Korea - NKNews Podcast Ep. 171

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The private, Christian-led university in North Korea - NKNews Podcast Ep. 171

Chan-Mo Park discusses his work at the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology

The Calvinist, communist, royalist Dutch double agent - NKNews Podcast Ep. 170

Simon Kuper discusses George Blake, who was captured by North Korea during the Korean War and became a KGB double agent

Kim Jong Un's water slide, missing wife and vaccines - NKNews Podcast Ep. 169

NK News's Jeongmin Kim, Colin Zwirko and Won-Gi Jung discuss the latest stories coming out of North Korea

North Korea-Malaysia relations: the past and future - NKNews Podcast Ep. 168

Dr. Hoo Chiew Ping discusses the assassination of Kim Jong Un's half-brother in Kuala Lumpur and DPRK-ASEAN relations

North and South Korea are not East and West Germany - NKNews Podcast Ep. 167

Rüdiger Frank discusses the two Koreas and Germany, and what Kim Jong Un can do to improve his country's economy

Why North Korea is as dangerous as ever to South Korea - NKNews Podcast Ep. 166

South Korean National Assembly member and former DPRK diplomat Thae Yong-ho discusses inter-Korean relations and WMDs

Get Behind The Headlines

Two years later, Trump and Kim’s failed Hanoi summit casts a dark shadow

The U.S. and North Korea missed the chance to strike a deal, experts say — and that opportunity may never come back

Min Chao ChoyFeb 26, 2021

Photos: A rare look at North Korean life in the COVID-19 era

Photos from the Han river estuary provide a small vignette into winter life in rural North Korea

NK NewsFeb 25, 2021
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Kim Jong Un’s right-hand man may be leading a new North Korean security council

Jo Yong Won appears to be heading a mysterious, rumored office that focuses on foreign policy and security

Martin WeiserFeb 24, 2021
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Japan’s back in the North Korea game, but it faces nearly impossible challenges

North Korea’s long-range nuclear threat could overshadow Japan’s other security priorities

James FretwellFeb 23, 2021

Kim Jong Un won’t change until he has the power to nuke any American city

Contrary to what diplomats say, denuclearizing North Korea remains impossible

Andrei LankovFeb 22, 2021

All glamor, no edge? North Korean music is going back to conservative values

North Korea's most recent Lunar New Year's concert signals a return to more traditional tastes

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Open for business? North Korea can learn a lot from Cuba's economic reforms

North Korea has a similar history to Cuba, but has lagged behind since the collapse of European communism in the 1990s

Peter WardFeb 17, 2021
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North Korea is fighting to take back control of its economy from the markets

Kim Jong Un steered his country away from economic reform at the recent Eighth Party Congress and Second Plenary Meeting

Peter WardFeb 16, 2021
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