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The eight-day-long event went over failures of the last five years and clarified social, economic and military plans
One day, Kim Yo Jong is demoted. The next, she’s speaking for all of the DPRK as the state’s foreign policy mouthpiece.
Experts say that South Korea is paralyzed by its conflicting goals of boosting defense and wooing Pyongyang
South Korea is looking for construction crews to beef up a facility meant to help President Moon Jae-in reach Pyongyang
NK Pro contributing analysts and NK News staff discuss the DPRK economy, WMDs, foreign relations and more
In his New Year's address, South Korean President Moon Jae-in once again pitched more dialogue with the DPRK
The DPRK said it will continue developing nuclear strike capabilities, but it still left the door open for diplomacy
State media says that North Korea will “expand and develop” foreign relations in the future
Yun Jong-su was forced to live in North Korea for 33 years and he never stopped looking for his daughter after escaping
Experts say that Kim Jong Un will inevitably bring up his Seoul counterparts, but will keep the message very vague
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