Seo, Andrew
May 2012
Harvard Political Review;Summer2012, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p28
The article focuses on leadership of Kim Jong-un, supreme leader of North Korea. It states that he surprised the world when he announced that the country will suspend nuclear fuel enrichment program in return of food assistance from the U.S., which he later did not fulfill. Andrew Scobel of Rand Corp., mentions that he will continue with his father's policies and work for his government's interest. It highlights that he will give importance to interests of China as it is a trading partner.


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