As the Kim Jong Un (KJU) regime completes its tenth month in power following KJI’s death in December 2011, key differences between how this succession is being carried out and how it was carried out in 1994 are becoming ever clearer.
Using new data highlighted by the
NK Leadership Tracker,, it is clear that
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