Pyongyang and Kim Jong Un may be acting up because they believe they know the lessons of giving up weapons of mass destruction
Kaesong Industrial Zone, an area located in the Cold War-era DMZ between the two Koreas, has earned an estimated $2 billion a year in trade for the impoverished North Korean state. The joint factory zone remained closed to South …
The North Korean leadership almost certainly does not want to go to war. So what’s with all the saber rattling?
In keeping with the dynasty’s tradition of erratic behavior, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has threatened to bombard a South Korean island with 5,000 residents, further raising alarms in Seoul and the U.S., which is beefing up …
North Korea’s fiery rhetoric isn’t new, but the tempo has clearly quickened under Kim Jong Un.
Dennis Rodman seemed to enjoy his short jaunt to North Korea. When Ali visited almost two decades ago, he was less impressed
North Korean despot Kim Jong Un could not hide his boredom at a state concert.
When Dennis Rodman landed in Pyongyang, the isolated capital of the world’s most isolated country, he announced his arrival with a tweet: “I come in peace. I love the people of North Korea!” One wonders whom the 51-year-old …
Dennis Rodman, a.k.a. ‘The Worm,’ is set to arrive in Pyongyang on Tuesday for some ‘basketball diplomacy.’
North Korea conducted its third test of a nuclear device Tuesday, raising fears of conflict in Northeast Asia and new questions about whether the regime can be stopped in its decades-long effort to develop nukes
Google is adding details to its online map of North Korea, which had previously appeared as a largely featureless void on the Google Maps service
North Korea today declared it may soon carry out a third nuclear test as part of “a new phase of the anti-U.S. struggle”