Kim’s ‘discomfort’ is ours as well

Through his temporary disappearance, North Korea’s leader has enticed others to engage with him, says Kurt Campbell

N Korea issues UN resolution on rights

Document shown to foreign diplomats praises Pyongyang’s record

North Korea’s Kim resurfaces

Kim Jong Un is seen in public looking healthy and in good spirits

This picture taken from North Korean paper Rodong Sinmun on October 14, 2014 shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (L) during an inspection tour of a newly-built housing complex in Pyongyang. North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un has finally resurfaced with the help of a walking stick after an unexplained and prolonged absence that fuelled rampant speculation about his health and even rumours of a coup in the nuclear-armed state. AFP PHOTO / Rodong Sinmun -----EDITORS NOTE --- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / Rodong Sinmun" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS -----Rodong Sinmun/AFP/Getty Images

Kim resurfaces in N Korea

Official news story follows weeks of speculation over leader’s whereabouts

North and South Korea: best frenemies

The on-again-off-again Korean relationship has implications for the market

Two Koreas exchange fire at border

North angered by leaflet drops from South Korean activists

Kim absence raises doubts over his health

Rumours abound after N Korean leader’s retreat from public eye

North and South Korea trade warning shots

Exchange comes after meeting raised hopes of thaw in relations

North Korea officials make rare visit to South

Asia Games encourage resumption of dialogue

North Korea as ‘The Truman Show’

One needs to be wary of impressions gleaned from Pyongyang, a showcase city

US citizen given hard labour in N Korea

US tourist held in N Korea to go on trial

Analysts suggest Pyongyang is attempting to draw US into talks

N Korea parades US prisoners on CNN

Move a sign Pyongyang may want to resume talks with Washington

Postcard from Pyongyang

Pictures from the FT’s visit to the North Korean capital

Burgers and BMWs show changing N Korea

Informal markets abound during FT visit to Pyongyang

Japan to ease North Korean sanctions

Move follows breakthrough with Pyongyang over investigations

Xi’s Seoul visit leaves Pyongyang in the cold

State trip reflects Beijing’s new stance towards Korean peninsula

North Korea fires two missiles into sea

China’s president plans to visit Seoul before Pyongyang

Japan and N Korea plan talks on abductees

First substantive discussions for more than a decade

Koreans drawn to unification-linked funds

Rosy talk of economic ‘jackpot’ triggers big flows

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