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Dennis Rodman explains his North Korea visit on Twitter

Wondering what in the world former NBA star Dennis Rodman is doing conducting "basketball diplomacy" in North Korea today? Look no further than his Twitter feed, where the always-controversial "Worm" has been responding to his critics:   I come in peace. I love the people of North Korea! @prince_mrketing @astonbright #NBA @globies ow.ly/i3DNp — Dennis ...

Wondering what in the world former NBA star Dennis Rodman is doing conducting "basketball diplomacy" in North Korea today? Look no further than his Twitter feed, where the always-controversial "Worm" has been responding to his critics:

 

I come in peace. I love the people of North Korea! @prince_mrketing @astonbright #NBA @globies ow.ly/i3DNp

Wondering what in the world former NBA star Dennis Rodman is doing conducting "basketball diplomacy" in North Korea today? Look no further than his Twitter feed, where the always-controversial "Worm" has been responding to his critics:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anyone want to volunteer to tell Rodman that he’s not in South Korea?

Uri Friedman is deputy managing editor at Foreign Policy. Before joining FP, he reported for the Christian Science Monitor, worked on corporate strategy for Atlantic Media, helped launch the Atlantic Wire, and covered international affairs for the site. A proud native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, he studied European history at the University of Pennsylvania and has lived in Barcelona, Spain and Geneva, Switzerland. Twitter: @UriLF

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