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The leadership of the most secretive state on the planet changed hands in 2011 when Kim Jong-Un became the Supreme Leader of North Korea following the death of his father.
Kim's approach to relations with the United States and the international community has been described as erratic. Since he came to power, he launched a long-range rocket, carried out a nuclear test and has been accused of orchestrating a cyberattack on Sony Pictures.
Fault Lines looks at life under Kim Jong-Un and his relations with the United States through on-the-ground access in the capital of Pyongyang, exclusive interviews with recent defectors and insight from experts and scholars.
Fault Lines producer offers a glimpse of her government-guided visit inside North Korea
A woman who was tortured in her homeland tells of what drove her to seek asylum in South Korea
Scholar Andrei Lankov expects any change in the secretive state to be accompanied by a tightened grip on its citizens
In a twist of fate, defected North Korean prison guard and former inmate join hands to create change
The penalties, a response to a cyberattack on the makers of 'The Interview,' target 10 individuals and three entities
At the UN an official said ‘reform through labor detention camps’ exist but denied Pyongyang operates prison camps
Roads in North Dakota once used to film car commercials are now packed with oil industry trucks
What can we expect from the federal civil rights investigation into the shooting of Mike Brown?
Is the next housing crisis going to be about rent checks as opposed to mortgage payments?
Fault Lines investigates why North Dakota has the highest worker fatality rate—and who should be held responsible.
Fault Lines returns to Ferguson to investigate how and why black communities feel targeted by law enforcement
Fault Lines investigates investment firms' new bet on housing.
Fault Lines travels to Mexico to examine the ongoing humanitarian crisis of disappearances of Mexican citizens.
We live in a world run through with Fault Lines. Al Jazeera's Fault Lines takes you beyond the headlines and holds the powerful to account, as we examine the US' role in the world.