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Reunions Won't Lead to a Breakthrough for Koreas

Andrew Kwon | Posted 11.03.2015 | World
Andrew Kwon

When the first reunion was organized in 2000, it was a diplomatic milestone symbolizing the end of a long chill between North and South Korea, reaffirming their commitment to reunification. Today, the status quo has evolved so much that the political potency of reunions has all but dissipated.

Rodman Meets Kim, Part Deux

AP | Posted 11.06.2013 | World

PYONGYANG, North Korea — Retired NBA star Dennis Rodman left North Korea Saturday after a five-day trip during which he met leader Kim Jong Un. ...

NKorean Leader's Speech Shifts From War To Economic Development

Reuters | Posted 06.01.2013 | World

SEOUL, April 2 (Reuters) - North Korea's leader appeared to tamp down hostile rhetoric that had threatened impending war with the United States and ...

NKorea's Parliament Meets Amid Nuclear Tension

AP | FOSTER KLUG and HYUNG-JIN KIM | Posted 06.01.2013 | World

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea's parliament approved the appointment of a new premier seen by outside experts as an economic reformer one day ...

North Korea Claims To Be In Last Stage Of Enriching Uranium

AP | KWANG-TAE KIM | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea said Friday that it is in the final stages of enriching uranium, a process that could give the nation a second ...

Kim Jong-Il Has 'Serious' Pancreas Disorder: Report

AFP | Fri Jul 10, 7:39 Am ET | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

TOKYO (AFP) -- North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il is suffering from a "serious disorder" of the pancreas, a Japanese television network reported Friday, ...