North Korea Unlikely to Put on Friendlier Face After General

July 18th, 2012
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By Alexander Martin
Experts in Japan say the implications of the removal of a high-ranking North Korean general are difficult to interpret, but it could indicate the regime is heading into a period of instability, while its new leader, Kim Jong Eun, tries to strengthen his grip on the military. What it doesn’t suggest is

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