Suki Kim

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It's the most isolated nation in the modern world, a closed society that the information age has barely penetrated, a place where teenagers have never heard of Beyonce and Facebook is…

Inside the Hermit Kingdom: Eyewitness views from North Korea

It's the most isolated nation in the modern world, a closed society that the information age has barely penetrated, a place where teenagers have never heard of Beyonce and Facebook is…

from To the Point

President Trump’s impromptu threat of hitting North Korea with fire and fury on Tuesday launched 48 hours of breaking news coverage: Montages of missiles detonating, graphics painting…

How serious are people taking Trump's threat to North Korea?

President Trump’s impromptu threat of hitting North Korea with fire and fury on Tuesday launched 48 hours of breaking news coverage: Montages of missiles detonating, graphics painting…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The media in North Korea is tightly controlled by the government.

How Journalist Suki Kim Became a Reluctant Memoirist

The media in North Korea is tightly controlled by the government.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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