North Korea: Implications For Regional Security


North Korea is always the “x factor” in Northeast’s Asia regional security. In the wake of the surprising execution of Kim Jong-Un’s uncle, the potential for dangerous and unpredictable moves by the Kim regime has never been higher. The Diplomat‘s Shannon Tiezzi spoke with Victor Cha, the Korea Chair at CSIS and a Professor of Government at Georgetown University, about the stability of the Kim regime, North Korea’s relationship with China, and the growing threat of Pyongyang’s nuclear program.

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