In the Kim Jong Il era, scientists were portrayed as devoted to their work and leader - even at the expense of family
Much remains unknown about this bizarre tale of Cold War intrigue, misguided radicalism, and North Korean opportunism
With tourism to North Korea frozen after a record-breaking year, some believe visits won't be possible until 2021
Caroline Kearney talks us through some of the most important developments in March — and what to expect in April
Veteran economic policymaker may have been demoted from ruling party Central Committee, analysis suggests
Calls for economic pressure to continue will be difficult to maintain should the situation in the DPRK worsen
Kim Il Sung deployed art troupes as a way to spread his version of socialism and deepen diplomatic ties
"In general, North Koreans sympathize with black Americans just like they do with those in Africa"
Refugees are optimistic and earning more money, according to recent statistics, despite their difficult circumstances
Kim Jong Un’s sister is now issuing her own commentaries in DPRK media. Is she being groomed as a potential successor?
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