A new book challenges long-held misconceptions about Kim and his regime, and predicts denuclearization won’t happen there until it happens everywhere.
North Korea’s report on its COVID-19 crisis suggests the need to reinforce Kim’s leadership at a time when confidence in his ability to control the pandemic is in doubt.
Balloon-borne messages sent north by defectors enrage Kim, upset South Korea’s president—and threaten Trump’s hopes for an 11th-hour summit to help his re-election.
As North Korean troops occupy in force sites that were supposed to represent peace and reconciliation, it’s Kim Yo Jong who’s leading the rhetorical charge.
Tensions are rising dramatically as Kim Jong Un literally blows up the liaison center built for North-South talks.
It looks likes the love-match is over. But as Kim (and his sister) spurn Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in, what's left for North Korea?
Defectors have been floating leaflets from the South into the North for years, but Kim Yo Jong is using the provocation to tear up agreements that Seoul thought had huge promise.