US Editors Visit Korea
December 2007

A dozen US newspaper and broadcast editors spent 26 hours in North Korea last month, getting a rare and surreal peak into the isolated communist nation from the vantage point of the luxurious Mount Kumgang resort in a special tourist zone. It was just one experience recipients of the International Reporting Project’s Gatekeeper Fellowships, offered through Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, had during a November 2-14 fact-finding trip to Korea. The trip was done in...

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