North Korea is China’s big cannon in its South China Sea ambitions
Derek Fisher's out... and now Dennis Rodman wants in! Kim Jong-un's favorite NBA Hall of Famer has officially thrown his boa into the ring to be the next head coach of the NY Knicks -- and he's even posted a message directed at Phi...
Unfortunately they were an hour late to catch the game, but everyone knows that Kim Jong-un is a bigger basketball fan anyways.
The West says it sees Hermit Kingdom's ballistic missile test as more of an "intolerable provocation" than Kim Jong-un's "Day of the Shining Star"
Original Image: THE Picture of Goat DefianceIt could be Kim Jong-Un bending over. Perhaps it has to do with Kim Kardashian's latter (and fatter) parts. It could have to do with Putin's chesty breastal regions. Or it may just be a goat. Show More Summary
North Korea may be preparing to launch a long-range missile as soon as next week, just days after dictator Kim Jong-un claimed he had weapons capable of obliterating the U.S.
Peter Navarro Security, Has Trump captured an essential truth about the art of leadership and the deterrence of naked aggression? Republican frontrunner Donald Trump recently handed North Korean potentate Kim Jong-un a dollop of praise for the “amazing” way he murders rivals. Show More Summary
REPRINTED WITH PERMISSION THE NATIONAL INTEREST Republican frontrunner Donald Trump recently handed North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un a dollop of praise for the "amazing" way he murders rivals. This seemingly bizarre utterance followed similar plaudits for the ruthless style of Russian dictator Vladimir Putin. Show More Summary
Kim Jong-un’s latest outlandish claim that he has invented an alcoholic drink which doesn’t give you a hangover is the latest in a long line of fantastical boasts from a leader who has also claimed to have cured cancer, Aids and Ebola, but is little Kim living in the paradise of the fool or is... Show More Summary
? Kim Jong-Un is described as one of the world's scariest dictators. Here's how the youngest leader in North Korea's history rose to power. Produced by Lamar Salter. Original reporting by Paul Szoldra and Jeremy Bender. Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
Sorkin blasts the media, Fithian slaps Netflix, and nobody likes Kim Jong-un. read more
Cults of personality: the term might evoke dictators like Joseph Stalin, Mao Zedong, Benito Mussolini, Adolf Hitler, and Kim Jong-un today. Yet cults of personality can flourish in a variety of political contexts, as long as there is a charismatic leader and a coherent media strategy. Show More Summary
Kim Jong-un Watches Donald Trump's Ne... 0:41 Donald Trump's new campaign song is off-the-wall, but Kim Jong-un is not impressed. Submitted by: Funny Or Die Regular Keywords: Donald Trump campaign song Views: 26
North Korea's latest nuclear blast, whether an actual hydrogen bomb test or something short of that, reminds the world that, for all the jokes about him, the unpredictable dictator in Pyongyang is no joke. Kim Jong-un's threats and increasingly capable weaponry are waking up civilized nations to the need to counter the nuclear unimaginable. Show More Summary
What does Donald Trump think about dictators and autocrats? Well, they're bad guys, he admits. But that's not all. Let's roll the tape: North Korea: You've got to give [Kim Jong-un] credit: how many young guys, he was like 26 or 25 when his father died....he goes in, he takes over, he's the boss. Show More Summary
"We can't play games with him."
Kim Jong-un’s gift to the world is North Korea’s fourth nuclear test. Washington should respond by backing away from a potential conflict that is not its own. Although Western intelligence widely disbelieves the DPRK’s claim to haveShow More Summary
Donald Trump is playing to a crowd that makes a big deal of hating government oppression—defined here as not giving white people all the things they want at any given moment—but he has quite the history of admiring oppressive governments himself. Show More Summary
The US sent a heavy bomber over South Korea on Sunday in a show of force as North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un insisted his country’s latest nuclear test was carried out in self-defence. The test on Wednesday of what the North claimed was its first hydrogen bomb has sparked international alarm...
The most striking thing about North Korea’s latest nuclear test, which took place just two days before Kim Jong-un’s 32nd or 33rd (we are not sure) birthday, is the world’s uniform reaction of disbelief. Here’s an infamously rogue nation that has already conducted at least three nuclear tests since 2006. Show More Summary