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Envy of improved living standards, not the old alliance, drives their sentiment toward neighbors
Pyongyang has history of backing radical nationalist movements in civil war
Founder of Choson Exchange describes his first visit to the Rason Special Economic Zone
‘North Koreans are like a mirror; if you smile at them, they smile back’
Regular travellers tell NK News they are surprised by capacity increase
Some students have 'nightmares' after meeting foreigners, but most are just curious
Compared to 2013, annual military drills a restrained affair in 2014
Despite dwindling numbers, pro-North organization can still be useful should hostilities arise
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