One of the most defining aspects of America's foreign policy right now is our relationship with North Korea. While Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un has recently opened up talks with South Korea, it seems that there is still bitter tensions between us and the Asian dictatorship.
North Korea has been condemned by the international community as a totalitarian state, with restricted movement, free expression, and access to food for most of it's estimate 25 million member population.
The nation faces an extended famine, and the government holds control through the use of military force, including prison and labor camps and extra-judicial killings of unwanted persons.
While some people can, and do travel to North Korea, they require a special permit to do so.
Now, US officials have now issued a stark warning to all those would choose to travel to the regime.