You may think Kim Jong-un themed Photoshop battles have been done to death, and you'd be right. But sometimes you have to revisit a subject over and over again to reach perfect level Photoshops, and when this super smiley headshot was released and declared untouched by North Korea the Reddits got busy retouching. Show More Summary
Finding love is hard, even if you don't live in the shadow of a famous sibling. Kim Yo-jong has it tougher than most though, as her sibling is North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. And while not much is known about Kim Jong-un, his penchant for concentration camps and brutal executions means few suitors dare risk disappointing his sister, so she's...
Here are some of the most shocking details to emerge from Friday's WaPo piece.
Some shareholders of financial news website TheStreet.com compared its board to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. In a letter Wednesday, Spear Point Capital Management, which has a 10% stake in the company, accused the board of manipulating...Show More Summary
The latest, probably totally untrue rumor from the Hermit Kingdom features Kim Jong-un and a Bachelorette-style competition for his sisters hand.
The Kremlin isn't the only authoritarian leader Donald Trump admires — he's also a self-proclaimed fan of North Korea's Kim Jong-un. During a rally in Iowa back in January, Trump praised North Korea's Supreme Leader as "incredible." "He goes in, he takes over, he's the boss," Trump said. "It's pretty ... More »
Last week, Donald Trump told Reuters he would have “no problem” speaking with Kim Jong-Un, the fellow follicular innovator he once praised as “pretty amazing.” Unfortunately for Trump, North Korea isn’t sure it can trust a guy who just makes shit up. Read more...
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump made news this week when he said that he would be willing to meet with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un if elected president. On Friday's Morning Joe, however, Trump drew the line at ever going to North Korea. Show More Summary
Foreign policy experts said Donald Trump’s expressed openness to a presidential meeting with Kim Jong-un, the North’s dictator, was problematic.
Businessmen make terrible presidents, and Donald Trump's blinkered foreign policy is a reminder of that.
Donald Trump wants to have a friendly chat with Kim Jong-un, would also be okay with killing him
When Donald Trump wasn’t pounding Megyn Kelly softballs all over the park Tuesday, the presumptive Republican nominee took a few minutes to go rogue all on his own during a policy sit down with Reuters. The candidate took the opportunity...Show More Summary
Mr. Trump said the talks would be part of an effort to halt North Korea’s nuclear program, which the U.S. considers a serious national security threat.
The internet once again delivers some hilarious photo re-touching.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un consolidated his grip on power after holding a rare Workers’ Party Congress – the first in the last 36 years – which took the decision to build up country’s nuclear potential, though saying that it would only use its nukes in self-defense.
At the 7th Congress of the Workers’ Party of Korea, Kim Jong-un is expected to promote his byungjin policy: simultaneously strengthening the nuclear arsenal and fostering economic development. The post Nuclear Power and Economic Reform in the Age of Kim Jong-un appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.