The generals reclaimed control and arrested Aung San Suu Kyi and other leaders who tried—and failed—to install a democratic system in the country previously known as Burma.
Donald Kirk is a journalist and the author of several books about Asian affairs, including Korea Betrayed: Kim Dae Jung and Sunshine (2009); Okinawa and Jeju: Bases of Discontent (2013); Kim Dae Jung and the Quest for the Nobel (with Kim Kisam, 2016)
Kim Jong Un gave himself another promotion, emulating his father’s elevation to General Secretary, but it was his little sister who delivered the most fiery remarks.
He made clear that his fleeting bromance with President Donald Trump was totally useless.
Kim Yo Jong was promoted to the presidium of North Korea’s ruling party after 29 officials were booted out following devastating economic news.
Kim Jong Un’s little sister has emerged as North Korea’s most outspoken attack dog, securing her place as a possible successor to the leadership.
Two former presidents have visited North Korea after leaving office. Will Trump be next?
Kim Yo Jong’s power continues to grow as she delivers a withering threat to South Korea’s top female official just as a senior American diplomat arrived in the country.
South Korean leaders are calling for Biden not to throw out all of the so-called progress made by Kim and Trump, but early signs show Biden is in no mood for appeasement.
Korea’s richest man died on Sunday leaving his son—who already spent a year in prison—battling a new trial as he tries to take full control of the global tech giant.
The North Korean leader is trying to keep quiet and help Trump get over the line but he’s thought to be prepping for fireworks if Biden wins.