The Egypt – DPRK Relationship

March 10th, 2011
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Recent turmoil in Egypt has brought hope to many Egyptians of a better future. While many democratic states have praised these events, authoritarian governments such as Yemen and Saudi Arabia fear the consequences of similar uprisings. Although we should not expect North Korea to be happy with Mubarak’s demise, it remains possible that Pyongyang will

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  • Dam_neo

    This is a very interesting post !

  • as

    Super article, on y apprend beaucoup de choses !
    Well done !!

  • Jim Hoare

    North Korea’s most infamous exports are arms … and they differ from US or British arms sales in what way?

  • Jim Hoare

    North Korea’s most infamous exports are arms … and they differ from US or British arms sales in what way?