His newly-translated novel envisions a Japan wrecked by complete economic collapse, abandoned by the international community, and on the cusp of being invaded by North Korea
Articles tagged "North Korea"
It lends wonderful insight into the humanizing aspect of photography.
Aided by poor treatment adherence, a new-old threat looms.
It will be a while before North Korea can shoot them at anyone, but the super villain-like nation will probably soon be able to start cranking out bombs.
If North Korea holds true to its bluster, this latest bout of tensions isn't going to end quietly.
Pretty soon, we're going to have to hope hard that our new basketball-loving friend in Pyongyang makes the right call.
The Pirate Bay doesn't give a shit if you think its jokes are funny.
Considering the horrors relayed by former prisoners, that expansion is a sad thing to see.
Austrian scientists say radioactive gases have been detected by sensors in Japan, and they are likely to have originated in North Korea.
Writing off the video as simple goofballery ignores the fact that North Korea's volatility is a problem that still lacks a solution.
Is there a nation in the world that the Internet laughs at more than North Korea?
North Korean gulags are now visible in Google Maps.
If anything, Iran's monkey launch shows that the space age is maturing, and we're rapidly approaching the time when space diplomacy is legitimately needed.
NoKo's better at building rockets than anyone thought.
Nobody was exactly sure what Eric Schmidt was doing in North Korea before he left, and now that he's back things aren't much clearer.
It's unclear how he got his plane ticket or who let him through customs--cash helps on both counts--but Eric Schmidt arrived in Pyongyang on Tuesday morning.
The North Korea-Iran connection shouldn't come as a surprise, as the two countries have been reported to be cooperating on nuclear missile designs since as least 2011.
This Korean state TV video comes from the Telegraph, and hoo-boy it's a gem. We all know that Kim Jong-Il absolutely loved looking at things, and it looks like his son, boy wonder/dictator Kim Jong-Un, also digs staring at the products his struggling…
North Korea threatening the world with indiscriminate destruction is nothing new. The Kim family business is based solely on the interplay between making threats and eventually capitulating in trade for food aid for the country's starving populace, f…
Conventional wisdom never gets you very far when you’re trying to understand the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. Take, for example, the bizarre, self-contained universe that is the North Korean internet.In the past few weeks, there’s been a sp…
The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) is a country of non sequiturs, exemplified by how the late Kim Jong Il's prodigious affinity for Hennessy stands in stark contrast to the generations of families on IT (and food for their people, but t…
Shin Dong-hyuk is a former prisoner of Camp 14, one of North Korea's most notorious prison camps. Yes, his status is a 'former' prisoner -- not because he's dead, like thousands of others who didn't survive the North's prisons, but because he's the o…
Last October, the Hermit Kingdom allowed international media to watch its largest ever military parade - part of the campaign to establish Kim Jong-il's youngest son as the leader-in-waiting. Here's how the AP described the parade: bq.. Thousands