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US foresaw a costly victory in war with NKorea _ in 1994
In a nuclear standoff with North Korea more than two decades ago _ years before the authoritarian nation was close to having an atomic weapon that threatens America _ Washington was planning for war
AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from the past week in Asia
AP PHOTOS: Christmas displays in Beijing; U.S. and South Korea launch combined air force exercise
AP word cloud reveals the patterns in N. Korean propaganda
The Associated Press condensed 1,542 stories by North Korea's official news agency into a list of the 183 most frequent words, and the resulting word cloud reveals key patterns in Pyongyang's rhetorical wars
North Korea expert says 'global catastrophe' looms
Blaine Harden spent decades reporting across Africa, Eastern Europe, and Asia, but for the former Washington Post East Asia bureau chief, covering North Korea has been unlike any other assignment. “It was hard slogging. It still is hard slogging,” Harden told ABC News. “North Korea is, you know,
Blaine Harden: 'The population of North Korea is captive'
Author Blaine Harden has extensively studied the history of U.S.-North Korea relations.
Dramatic video shows mad dash as North Korean defector shot 5 times, pulled to freedom
The United Nations Command in control of the border between the two Koreas released dramatic video footage on Tuesday of what happened when a North Korean solider defected to the South earlier this month. The video shows the defector speeding south in a Jeep, before getting out, pursued by North
Is Kim Jong Un terrified of South Korean soaps?
What North Korean leader Kim Jong Un fears more than sanctions, cyber strikes, and military power, according to the former number two diplomat in North Korea’s London embassy, is that black market South Korean TV dramas – like the wildly popular ‘Descendants of the Sun’ - will crack open the cloud
Between North and South Korea, a buffer zone with wildlife and the blare of propaganda
The buzzing of cicadas seems at first to drown out any other noise. But then, the sound of a voice emerges. Through the insects’ din, there is a voice. It’s staccato, severe, almost angry. It’s the sound of propaganda. Blaring from speakers on the other side of one of the world’s most militarized
Former prisoners in North Korea recall the conditions they were held in: Part 3
American Kenneth Bae spent 735 days in captivity in North Korea and was the longest held American prisoner ever.
What happened when Otto Warmbier was detained in North Korea: Part 2
Officials in North Korea say Warmbier took a poster down from a staff-only floor of the hotel he was staying in.