Kim Il-sung

Washington sees North Korea as a security challenge. Yet the North threatens America only because the U.S. intervened in
Pyongyang carried out its largest nuclear test ever last week.
Meet the scientists at the frontline of Kim Jong Un's nuclear ambitions
Leader Kim Jong Un inspected the bomb, which can be mounted to an intercontinental ballistic missile.
Pyongyang's nuclear progress slowed significantly during times of diplomacy and accelerated during times of threats.
A pseudo-religious philosophy promises North Koreans a kind of immortality through their dedication to the state.
Virtually all commentators on North Korea and its conflict with the US over Kim Jong-un and his late father Kim Jong-il’s
Goose-stepping soldiers and marching bands filled the square.
Experts say the country's nuclear weapons tests are stronger than ever.
Kim Jong Nam reportedly wrote a letter to his brother asking him to withdraw a standing order for his assassination.
Candidate Donald Trump did the seeming impossible: get elected president while speaking truths that shocked establishment policymakers. Such as criticizing the defense dole for South Korea, one of Washington, D.C.'s, most sacred sacred cows.
Too much information passes over the DPRK's borders for anyone any longer to believe the fantasies propagated in Pyongyang.
Why are they now opening up and letting in journalists? Why did they let us in and give us access, however limited? After all these decades, are they saying they're finally ready to meet the rest of the world?