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Lloyd Austin warns advances highlight why Beijing has become the top challenge for American military
Ruling party’s Lee signals policy shift towards accepting coexistence with Pyongyang
Seoul complains Joe Biden’s policy is aimed at managing rather than solving the problem
Conversion of air base into train container facility follows 2 years of isolation and economic strain
UN warns that food crisis is worsening with children and the elderly most at risk
Economy of secretive regime reeling from health crisis and sanctions after Kim Jong Un closed borders
Built by both the north and south, the structure serves as a symbol of what unites and separates the countries
Dictator admits country faces ‘unprecedented difficulties’ from sanctions and poor harvest
South Korea struggles to chart a course that will mollify both Washington and Beijing
Kim Jong Un reopens communication in wake of missile tests to ‘rehabilitate’ relations with Seoul
Experts track ‘interesting activity’ at North Korean submarine site as Pyongyang fires missiles
Pyongyang’s actions ‘deeply troubling’, says UN agency
Protection for critical infrastructure is too often awarded using outdated criteria
Pyongyang is finding inventive ways to get around sanctions and keep developing its weapons programme
Civil society group had protested against Seoul’s plans to purchase stealth fighter jets from US
Human rights activists warn that escapers could be tortured by Kim Jong Un’s regime
Aid groups struggle to enter isolated country despite warnings of worsening food insecurity
Leader’s health is ‘biggest wild card’ in assessing stability of regime, say analysts
Dictator blames officials for neglecting party decisions and threatening nation’s safety
Kim Jong Un is expected to lean on hacking army as Covid pandemic piles on pressure
Economy has been battered by Covid but dictator has refused to accept foreign aid
Increase in tankers active in waters around the two countries suggests resurgence in fuel transfers or sales
Using a new database, activists are tracing the many thousands of people who have gone missing inside the ‘hermit kingdom’. Can they succeed?
US hopes to keep nuclear-armed Pyongyang quiet as it tackles more pressing problems
Dictator references 1990s famine as aid agencies express fears over a humanitarian disaster