The leader's month was split between emphasizing resolve abroad, and party loyalty at home
Kim Jong Un and the leadership of North Korea came under their most intense pressure yet in September, after Donald Trump told the UN he hoped not to have to “totally destroy” the DPRK, and tweeted that Kim Jong Un and foreign minister Ri Yong Ho “won’t be around much longer” if, as seems certain,
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Tristan Webb is a Senior Analyst for NK Pro. He was formerly a Senior DPRK Research Analyst for the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).
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