North Korea

The "Divide That Looms Over The 38th Parallel"

Aug 3, 2020

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In The Moment ... May 8, 2018 Show 332 Hour 1

As the world poises to hear from President Donald Trump about whether or not he will pull America out of the Iran nuclear accord, we broaden our view of the map by welcoming former U.S. Senator Larry Pressler to In the Moment.

His 2017 book Neighbours in Arms is part memoir, part history lesson, part sounding call for nuclear disarmament. The book takes readers behind the scenes during the years of the Pressler Amendment and the debate over what to do about Pakistan's quest for nuclear arms.

In The Moment ... October 3, 2017 Show 190 Hour 2

It was a five second crime, decades in the making. What does the murder of North Korea's Kim Jong Nam tell us about his half-brother, Kim Jong Un? And what does it tell us about the world's next nuclear powered dictatorship? Tune in to tonight's FRONTLINE on SDPB-TV for the new investigation "North Korea's Deadly Dictator." Joining us is Jane McMullen, producer and director of the program.

Chris Laughery

In The Moment ... August 29, 2017 Show 166 Hour 2

Tim Schorn is the Director of International Studies and professor of political science at the University of South Dakota.He's with us today to talk about Afghanistan, ISIS and North Korea.

As you may have seen on ESPN there was a little league team from Sioux Falls competing in Williamsport. The team is coached by Jeff Riley and he joins us once again via telephone.

The Sony Hack

Dec 19, 2014

In an abbreviated Tech Radio, Kent Osborne and "The Computer Guys" discussed the well-publicized cyber attack on Sony. The Federal Bureau of Investigation says North Korea is behind the attack. In his year-end press conference which followed Tech Radio, President Obama said, "We will respond." He declined to offer specifics.

FRONTLINE: Secret State Of North Korea

Jan 13, 2014

Just two years on the job and armed with nuclear weapons, North Korea's Kim Jong-Un is the world's youngest dictator, ruling one of the world's most isolated countries with an iron fist. Like his father and grandfather, he is trying to maintain tight control over what the world sees of North Korea - and what North Koreans see of the world. But as FRONTLINE reveals in Secret State of North Korea, cracks are starting to appear in the regime's information barrier, and it's becoming more porous.

Black Hills State University International student Hye Jung Bang is from South Korea and has been in the United States for just one month. Bang says she is concerned about family and friends back home in light of the combative rhetoric coming from North Korea.

Bang is here in South Dakota studying English interpretation and translation – she left South Korea just weeks ago. She says the relationship between North and South Korea is complicated and confusing.