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North Korea: Implications For Regional Security

The Diplomat speaks with Victor Cha about the stability of the Kim regime, its relations with China, and its nuclear program.

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.