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One giant leap for proliferation
So, it has happened: the KCNA reported that the North Korean navy has successfully tested a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM). T...
To live and die in Paris
Paris, the “city of light,” is a major hotspot for the rich and famous, ambitious and talented, and has been for centuries. It seems that ...
North Korea is no Iran
People are once again talking about nuclear weapons, and we all know why: the Iranian deal. Right now, there is much talk about whether th...
Why defectors head south
In January this year, the South Korean Ministry of Unification released statistics for the number of refugees who had arrived from the Nor...
Starts rise and fall in N. Korea
The three years of Kim Jong-un's reign in North Korea have been marked by a number of unusual features and strange moves.
Being thirsty in N. Korea
North Koreans drink, like humans do. No, I am not talking about intoxicating liquids here, though the addiction to booze might be as old a...
The sorry tale of the divided families
According to official statistics produced by the Ministry of Unification, as of June 30, there were 129,553 South Koreans registered as me...
The gamble of the young marshal
News coming from North Korea seems to indicate that Kim Jong-un is seriously contemplating market-oriented reforms in North Korea - doing ...
Misperception of Russia
If the international media is to be believed, there has been a dramatic revival in relations between Moscow and Pyongyang in the last year...
A sad comedy of errors
After a few months of relative tranquillity and malign neglect, North Korea has once again found itself in the international spotlight. As...
Wrong nominee for PM
Sanctions on N. Korea
Dementia, social media, compassion
Let's not forget Sewol
Shadow of 'energy diplomacy'
Forsythias in bloom
Another Bush damaged by Iraq
The folly of forecasting
Demilitarizing America's police
Russia's indefensible military budget
1. Korean Air heiress freed from jail
2. Fear politics not helping NK leader
3. Korea's role crucial to fight climate change
4. UN racism ruling piques government
5. Japan sticks to UNESCO campaign
6. Jail term for Sewol owner's son reduced to two years
7. Nokia transforming itself to become innovative leader
8. The Lions first spotted in Florida in 1985
9. Militarized Bikers
10. Hanwha eyes solar power hub
Rep. Kim Moo-sung, left, chairman of the ruling Saenuri Party, and h...
A model poses with GM’s new van, the Chevrolet Express Explore...
A Beauty Expo participant puts artistic make-up on a model at theInt...
Korea Electric Power Corp. (KEPCO) CEO Cho Hwan-eik, right, poses&nb...
Korea Securities Depository Chairman and CEO Yoon Jae-hoon give...
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