In 1999, at age 28, he was DPRK’s ambassador to Cambodia; in 2000, to Iran. At age 30 he was head of a committee on computing…
Robert King and Human Rights in the DPRK
The “useful clown” Dennis Rodman did much to assist this, causing people to break away from Project Runway and The Bachelor to wonder what exactly was so bad about Kim Jong Un…
Kenneth Bae: Longest-Serving North Korean Prisoner
In a perfect world, you would have heard about Kenneth Bae long before spectators and gawkers to the world arena were haranguing Dennis Rodman to petition on his behalf.
Witch Hunts in Full Swing, and Happy New Year
It’s the new year, in the US as in North Korea! What’s in the news lately? Dennis Rodman isn’t. Raise a glass and cheer.
DPRK Calls Everyone Home
Following the execution of Jang Song Taek, one of the more radical changes to take place in DPRK policy is in calling everyone back home. Originally Kim Jong Un ordered all North Korean businessmen to return from China.
Slow News Week for North Korea
Paddy Power, a large and popular Irish booking agency, has declined to underwrite any further trips to North Korea for Rodman.
Rodman’s Third Trip to DPRK
Rodman has let slip he is only interested in becoming “the most famous person in the world” with no interest in the release of Kenneth Bae