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N Korea's young, inexperienced and impulsive leader is more afraid of ideological contamination than his father was.
Many allegedly 'paranoid' features of the North Korean state actually have very rational explanations.
North Korea has admitted to kidnapping Japanese citizens in the 1970s and 1980s.
Pyongyang has been transformed with an influx of high-end goods, but most North Koreans still live in poverty.
N Korea is trying to show the world the inefficiency of Washington's 'strategic patience' policy.
Chief UN investigator of North Korean human rights abuses discusses the allegations of crimes against humanity.
North Korea's burgeoning black market has effectively 'opened' the country's economy.
'Leninist' N Korean drone programme not only exists but it is also remarkably advanced.
The market works in N Korea as it does elsewhere in the world: It brings growth, but it also brings income inequality.
Nothing sensational can be expected to come of the largely ritualistic parliament elections in North Korea.
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