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

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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?

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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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