Inside The DPRK: How A Caste System Structures Everyday Realities For North Koreans

There is a strange phenomenon that lingers over every North Korean. For the past five decades, an arbitrary determination decides where they will live, what hospitals they will go to if they are sick, if they can go to college, if they can marry and even if they will receive a full serving of food. […]

There is a strange phenomenon that lingers over every North Korean. For the past five decades, an arbitrary determination decides where they will live, what hospitals they will go to if they are sick, if they can go to college, if they can marry and even if they will receive a full serving of food. This de facto caste system has nothing to do with

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How Corrupt Is Your State? New Report Spells It Out

If you had to guess, which U.S. state would you peg as more institutionally corrupt, New Jersey or South Dakota?

If you had to guess, which U.S. state would you peg as more institutionally corrupt, New Jersey or South Dakota? Or, if you had to choose, would you guess that the state that has sent two recent governors to prison – Illinois – is more or less corrupt than Wyoming? What about if you compared Mississippi with Vermont? Which would you choose as being

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