One million troops stand guard on the border between North and South Korea, with 40mm machine guns pointed at each other’s observation posts. Travel between the two nations is limited to a few roads linking the South to a North Korean border city, Kaesong, where South Korean capital meets North Korean labor to produce a rare example of cooperation between the warring nations: a small, dually-managed industrial complex.

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