April 16, 2024
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Sanctions, security, and a white horse: our top ten North Korea stories in 2019

Don’t go into the new year without having read these top stories

2019 was a year of ups and downs for North Korea watchers, kicking off with Kim Jong Un's new year's promise to meet with President Trump again and the two leaders' fateful summit in Hanoi in February.

12 months on and the diplomatic process has, for the time being, failed to bear fruit, and North Korea appears ready to unveil its new hard line position any day now.

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