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Depictions of the DPRK in games have evolved over the years, but few seriously deal with geopolitical issues
The attempt to take out former ROK leader Park Chung-hee killed his wife instead and drove his daughter into politics
Bilateral ties are strongest in diplomacy and trade, with the DPRK counting on Russian support in its dealings with US
In the chaos after World War II, Georgiy Fyodorov took decisive action to stop mistreatment of Japanese and Koreans
Jenny Town discusses the quandary of North Korean denuclearization and what’s needed to restart US-DPRK talks
The DPRK’s fertility rate is sliding down and its population aging despite the state’s pro-natalist policies
Kim turned 38 on Saturday, but may be waiting until he’s older to make the day a national holiday, expert says
The country's designation as a state sponsor of terror is a well-deserved moniker stretching back decades
Experts weigh the different options for the US as Kim Jong Un enters his second decade in power
Ten more years of Kim means more missiles and more oppression, all at the expense of the North Korean people
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