1. a communist country in the northern half of the Korean Peninsula; established in 1948
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How To Use DPRK In A Sentence

  • Secondly, do you believe the DPRK is launching satellite or testing missile?
  • The DPRK is a friendly neighbor to China and the DPRK share a traditional friendship.
  • Just look at all the recent political changes in recent history: Cuba willing to talk, Iran – pre election – willing to negociate, DPRK fires missiles, Iraq war winding down, Afghanistan offensive about to start ..., coup in Honduras ... not to mention all the little hotspots around the globe. Hillary Clinton 'elbowed' aside?
  • Reflecting Soviet military doctrine, the DPRK has traditionally viewed chemical weapons as an integral part of any military offensive.
  • DPRK is short for the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, the North's official name. undefined
  • DPRK is short for Democratic People's Republic of Korea. Latest News - Yahoo!7 News
  • Things like getting chucked into a DPRK gulag - along with the rest of your family members - or having your exclusive privileges denied you, your name besmirched by the regime-controlled media, or perhaps even being killed in cold blood for having the audacity of losing on the world's stage. full story » Hao Hao Report - Published news
  • Kim Yong-nam noted that the commemoration of the 55th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties is of important significance to the development of China-DPRK relationship in the new century.
  • In the cables, the U.S. said it was concerned that North Korea helped one of its lenders, Tanchon Commercial Bank, which it describes as the "primary financial agent behind the DPRK's weapons programs," to funnel money from Syria and Iran through Arab Bank. Cables Say Syria, Iran Illegally Moved Cash to North Korea
  • Yes, the DPRK is a far greater threat than Iraq or Iran. Think Progress » Preemptive Strike On North Korea Is ‘Ill-Conceived’ and ‘Factually-Flimsy’
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