The State Department may want to worry less about North Korea’s nuclear production and more about its apparent advanced necromancy program, because Kim Hyok-chol is far from the only person executed in the country still walking around and conducting business as usual.
As much as Trump likes to rail against the failed policies of his predecessor, he seems to be mimicking them, using North Korea’s food shortages as leverage to force the country to denuclearize, a move that DPRK believes would bring about only a swifter death.
PYONGYANG, NORTH KOREA -- A leaked diplomatic memo reveals that the North Korean government is lobbying its allies for assistance in dealing with an “urgent” food shortage crisis needed to stave off hunger this month. But with U.S. and international sanctions in play, delivery of humanitarian aid is risky business. A diplomatic memo