Why Economic Crisis Is a Benefit to the North Korean Regime

June 4th, 2012
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Money makes the world go around.  People seem to like money, and it is people that ultimately make politics. As we have seen for decades, when a country’s economic situation takes a downturn, so does the government in power. The Asian Financial Crisis saw the Suhrto’s centralized and military-dominated government crumble in Indonesia. Last June

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