North Korea: The art of surviving sanctions

CBSN Originals travels across three continents tracing a little-known revenue stream sought by North Korea, in which artistic propaganda helps them circumvent sanctions and keep foreign money flowing. CBSN travels to Africa, where North Korea’s Mansudae art machine sends workers to install massive monuments and dictatorial palaces. We visit Florence, home of the Renaissance, where dealers have found a lucrative market for North Korean artworks made in a government-run studio and see how calculated cultivations of goodwill have afforded the regime crafty avenues to generate cash. For further details: https:// — Subscribe to the CBS News Channel HERE: Watch CBSN live HERE: http://

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