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Amid growing tensions in 2017, U.S. brushed up on plans to attack North Korea using nuclear weapons
Sanctions, flooding, COVID-19 and other 2020 conditions look eerily similar to what caused the devastating 1990s famine
A new book, "Hotels of Pyongyang," offers a detailed view of North Korean aesthetic and design in places of leisure
Calls for a united homeland have become gradually quieter since liberation from Japanese colonial rule in 1945
The Korean War deepened hostilities between North and South, drastically altering the course of history
Michael Breen discusses his broad career reporting on the two Koreas and his experience meeting Kim Il Sung
North Korea sees the United States’ refusal to apologize as a sign that Washington might use nuclear weapons again
Pungsan dogs are said to be pure, spontaneous, and loyal to their leaders - just like a good North Korean should be
DPRK leader defends ‘permanent’ nuclear war deterrent at Korean War veterans conference
Pistols were conferred to a new generation of military leaders, who vowed to defend Kim “at the cost of their lives”
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