by Beenish Ahmed Mar 16, 2016
Otto Warmbier, an economics student at the University of Virginia, was found guilty of “severe crimes” against the so-called Democratic People’s Republic of Korea for trying to steal a poster.
by Justin Salhani Mar 8, 2016
While nearly all global leaders espouse their appreciation for women, many do so in ways that don't further the feminist agenda.
by Kira Lerner Jan 7, 2016
“We must make sure that we quarantine North Korea,” the Ohio governor said to Fox host Martha MacCallum, who quickly followed up by asking him "How?"
by Justin Salhani Jan 7, 2016
George W. Bush included North Korea in his "Axis of Evil". Three years later Pyongyang ran its first nuclear weapon detonation test.
by Beenish Ahmed Apr 8, 2015
A new teacher's manual sent to school across North Korea claims that Kimg Jong Un learned to drive at the age of three. Apparently he mastered sailing a yacht soon after.
by Beenish Ahmed Mar 12, 2015
“The idea that only a handful of well-meaning activists can change the status quo is nice, but somewhat misplaced," Adam Cathcart, a lecturer of Chinese History and North Korea watcher told ThinkProgress.
by Lauren C. Williams Jan 8, 2015
Swiftly blaming North Korea for the massive cyberattack on Sony Inc. in December could make it harder to bring charges against rogue hackers that could be just as responsible for the attack.
by Emily Atkin Dec 20, 2014
"It is still our hope that anyone who wants to see this movie will get the opportunity to do so," Sony said.
by Beenish Ahmed Dec 18, 2014
The "Hermit Kingdom" is not as hermetically sealed as you may think.
by Judd Legum Dec 17, 2014
The "terrorist threat" was not deemed credible but the broader impact is very real.